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    Default Re: Redington Butter stick vs. Echo Glass

    I began my glass odyssey almost 12 years ago. When I first started with glass, I had to slow down my cast a bit. However, I still found some rods almost impossible to cast smoothly for any distance. Over time, as I cast quite a few different rods of different lengths and actions, I found it very easy to adjust my cast to the rod I was using. Some of the really slow rods that I had had difficulty casting, I now find them to be very nice rods.

    Larry

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    Default Re: Redington Butter stick vs. Echo Glass

    My dad has both the butterstick and the echo small water. I want to say both are 7'6" but one might be 7'9". He tends to stick with the butterstick but he does get annoyed and throw some pretty awkward casts with it. It really is a slower action rod and if you're in a zone trying to snag a rising fish as the sun is dropping quickly, it's tough to be patient. I had him try my TFO 7'9" glass rod and he was casting much better with that.

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