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Old 03-30-2013, 11:03 AM
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Okay guys I'm in contract with a buyer on my house which should close by Wednesday. I'm going to buy a Condo for cash so I don't have anything to worry about doing on the weekends besides working on my new business and going fishing. Even after buying my Condo I will have a large sum left part of which I'm going to use to buy several rods and reels. I'd really like to give Justin all my business.

Do any of you experienced Spey casters own any of the Allen Switch Rods? My plan is to buy several switch rods for trout, Steelhead, Salmon,Striped Bass, and Surf fishing. Money is not really an object, but I really don't want to spend more than $500 each. I love Justin's single handed rods and reels more than any of the top of the line rods from the major players I've gotten to try while on club trips. However, I do not know anything about Spey and Switch Rods so I'm hoping some of you have experience with Allen Switch rods and whether they are as good or better then others.
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