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Old 03-13-2013, 03:11 PM
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Default Re: So what is it that makes one rod better than the next?

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Originally Posted by pegboy1 View Post
Im curious to what others think are attributes that make one red better than another?
Just looking over my own collection, a lot of the best ones seem to be named for guys named Gary. Loomis, Borger, LaFontaine....

So there's that.

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Originally Posted by sweetandsalt View Post
...no one wanted it because, like Orvis's super expensive "new" CFO; it may have better construction (machined not cast) than the old but you can't manufacture an old CFO's "charm".
Or maybe you can, but nobody wants to pay three times more for the exact same thing than it used to cost.

In Econ 101 it's called "price elasticity of demand".
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