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Old 01-04-2009, 08:41 PM
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Default Scott Warmwater Rods

Does anyone own or have any experience with the Scott Warm water series of rods. They are in that sub 8' arena like the Sage Bass rods. I heard somewhere that Scott actually came out with the idea for the sub 8' warm water type rod first, but that Sage's marketing has been more effective making it seem like they started the idea. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone has used one and if you would share your thought/comments. Also, I learned on another thread here that Scott still makes an exclusive G series rod for Harry Murray's shop. I went to Murray's website and sure enough they carry an exclusive Scott G series bass rod in 7 and 8 wt. Anyone familiar with these rods and can you comment on them?
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