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Default Re: Casting Winston BIIIx in wind conditions

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Originally Posted by hauxon View Post
1. Is Sage One a better rod in the wind than Winston BIIIx?
After casting both, I'd say yes. The One is definitely stiffer in the midbody and the but. Along with a very soft tip, it throws very tight loops.

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2. And If better is it then just slightly better or by a mile?
It is noticable, but I won't say the One is a better casting rod in the wind by a mile.

If you are looking for a rod designed for wind, I would be looking at a Sage TCX or a Winston B3Mx.

Dennis
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