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Old 06-25-2013, 10:45 AM
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Default Re: Glass Rods ?

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Originally Posted by chased View Post
I didn't mean to stir up the pot by calling vintage glass "slow and heavy"...sorry about that. There are several vintage rods that are neither slow or heavy and are quite pleasing to fish.
It's just you were the second person in as many days to say the same exact thing.
I couldn't let it go a second time.

Fished a Fenwick Feralite FF70 5wt yesterday.... 3 ounces
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