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Old 09-23-2013, 11:54 AM
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Check out our write-up on the Sage Method 7126-4 "Son of Death Star" Sage 7126-4 Method, Deschutes River Summer Steelhead PhD School Report, Wading Shoe Wisdom
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I casted this rod at Two Hands @ Tou Velle, it felt like a switch rod as far as weight goes. This rod Had GUTS, I couldn't cast it to its potential, but it kept beckoning me to. This Is What Keeps Sage a Sage, I was Kind of hard on them about the whole Costco thing, but after talking to their rep, I realized they had no control over what happened. Sage is Quality, and these rods will wow you!
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