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Old 02-12-2014, 08:20 AM
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Does anyone know of a data chart for the Batson fly blanks? RX7 ?

I want to compare the 9' 5 wt. and 8'6" 4 wt. to the Sage One and some of the others. I built a 8'6" 4 wt.(Batson) and I am pretty impressed with it casting , had a chance to toss a One and was having a hard time feeling the difference inside of 45' or so ....

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These give a fairly wide:

http://www.wetconcepts.com/CC_Data.htm

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I can't help with the Batson, but I do have a Sage One 8'6" 4wt. that I've measured myself.

Its ERN is 5.6, and AA is 70 according to my measurement.
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Thanks Vince & Plecain,

That gives me a good source to work with. The 8'6 RX7 isn't in the DB but the 9' is a in 5 wt. The Batson's all seem to fall in AA = 64/67. I am focused on tip recovery which seems to be less with 8' than 8'6" at least with the RX7 and Orvis rods. Too bad there is no frequency data avail. I see Dan Craft Sig iv comes close to the One. I am not sure of the tip bounce on the 8'6" One , I don't have one on hand to cast.

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Does anyone know of a data chart for the Batson fly blanks? RX7 ?

I am pretty impressed with it casting.

Any thoughts are welcome!
Have a couple Batson rods that I've built, I'm more impressed with them every time I cast them. Great blanks, and the price is right.
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Have a couple Batson rods that I've built, I'm more impressed with them every time I cast them. Great blanks, and the price is right.
I am having a hard time finding a flaw with the one I built other than some tip bounce but I am not so sure that isn't normal for a 4 wt. with 40' of line out or it could be in my casting stroke. Either way it is not a major bounce. I have a 8 foot blank that seems a tad stiffer I might build up to see if it is better. Anyone one else have opinions on them ?
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