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Old 04-01-2006, 01:21 AM
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Speaking of rods. Has anyone had the opportunity to casta Sage TCR. I tried one and the only thing I can say is, HolyCrap. Not discussing the cost here but rather opinions ofthe TCR as a casting tool? Just stiring the pot over heahboss!@?#@!Snuffy.
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Old 04-01-2006, 01:26 AM
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Has anyone had an opportunity to cast the Sage TCR?
A friend of mine bought one of the beasts and he let me
cast it. The only thing I can say is Holy ****. Without
discussing the price of this rod, does anyone have any
thoughts about it?? Just stiring the pot over heah boss!!

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Old 04-01-2006, 02:34 AM
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Hey Snuffy

I have cast the monster and found that it was GOOD but since I don't do alot of bone fishing I just can't bring myself to lay out that much green for a rod that I might use once every 2 to 3 years so I stick to my XP series to do triple duty as a steelhead/bonefish/red drum rod
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Parking lot queen rods. I cannot see how they would be any good in actual fly fishing. Well, maybe for saltwater but I cannot imagine catching trout on one. Too dang stiff. I would rather spend ten bucks and just put guides on a broom.
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