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View Poll Results: How Many Fly Rods Do You Own?
Only 1 76 9.54%
2 to 4 288 36.14%
5 or more 257 32.25%
10 or more 176 22.08%
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Old 01-23-2010, 04:07 PM
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Gotta update my selection: Was three, now seven:

2wt - St. Croix Legend Ultra
3wt - St. Croix Imperial (older)
4wt - St. Croix Avid
5wt - St. Croix Imperial (older)
5wt - Quarrow Drake Big Horn
6/7 wt - old Garcia
7wt - St. Croix Avid

I must be insane....but I never pay retail...frugally insane.
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3 here,

9' 5 wt., 9' 8wt., and a 7' 1 wt.

5 wt most used, 8 t. next most used, and the poor 1 wt. usually sits in the closet....
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i currently only have the 1 a 9'6 6/7 wt but hope to get another one when funds allow
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We need to be able to edit our responses When I first responded to this poll I voted in the 2 to 4 category. Now I have 7
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We need to be able to edit our responses When I first responded to this poll I voted in the 2 to 4 category. Now I have 7
True that! I thought I was all set on rods and then Bamboo10 took me under his wing and taught me to build my own!
It's a 6' 5 weight that should be the bomb for throwing big flies, indicators and shot in small creeks! It's spinning on his drying rig as I type.
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4710-3 Sage TXL w/ Ross Evolution 1.5 (new)
590-4 Sage Z-Axis Reel Needed
590-2 Sage DS2 w/ FlyLogic FLO 456 (due for retirement)
690-2 Sage DS2 w/ Ross Gunnison 3
790-4 Sage Flight w/ Nautilus FW 7+ (new)
909-4 Custom/Rainshadow w/ Teton Tioga 10

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Reel for 590-4 Z-Axis
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486-4 Z-Axis w/ Evolution 1.5

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Now up to two thanks to Christmas.
8'6" 6wt Cabela's three forks rod
Now upgraded to,
9' 6wt St.Croix Avid
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Only one a 9' 7wt tiger eye.
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5 and growing seemingly daily!

Now I speak "gear" too.
I'm well into the 30's with spinning, casting, surf, ice rods etc.
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7 total and now that the salt is trashed in the gulf, I'm bringing my 8 wt to fish the fresh and cover more fast and deeper water. I started using my 8wt BIIX to chuck some big LMB flies and decided that it's sensitive enough for 15-19" bass, it should work nicely on fast and wide rivers. I might get a a trout line for it though.
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