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Old 03-09-2013, 12:23 AM
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Default Re: Best Trout Rods ?

"Best" is obviously subjective. However, without question the rod I turn to most often, that has caught me the largest, and the most trout, has been the most versatile rod that I currrently own, is without a doubt my St. Croix Imperial 9 ft. 5 wt. I can flick a dryfly 20 feet while creek fishing, or rocket my 250 grain sinktip line a hundred feet with this nearly entry-level rod. I can underline it to 4.5 wt. and overline it as much as 7 wt., and it manages to make me look good throughout.

Man, I can't wait until my knee heals and I can go fishing!

Peace.
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