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Old 06-18-2009, 12:11 PM
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Default G. Loomis Xperience

Any opinions on this rod? Im looking at a 5 weight.
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IMHO these are good rods. Have cast the 9wt, a very powerful rod for SW or larger FW fish.
Have not cast the lighter wts but if I were looking for a new rod would definitely check these out. Made in Woodland, WA, USofA.
Would like to hear what you think after trying them. Luck!

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