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Default Re: St Croix Avid or Sage Launch???

I've never cast the TXL, but the ZXL is sweet. From what I've
read of honest reviews, you should have a great time with the TXL. Enjoy!
I like 3 piece rods BTW.
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Default Re: St Croix Avid or Sage Launch???

I would go with the Sage imho. A finer company. They make ALL of their rods here while st. croix only makes their higher end rods here. All of that nonsense aside, i find the action the action of the launch to be buttery smooth...like a faster glass rod. Great tapers and design...shame there gone, though i hear the vantage is more of the same.
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