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Old 07-04-2009, 09:32 AM
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Default Re: Ross Momentum...Too Heavy

Sorry for the late Posting on this.

I have the #4, and im really pleased with it. I've used it for Bonefish, Steelhead, and small Permit/Tarpon.

The reel is heavy, but I've found personally that if I practice with it a little bit, I notice the weight less and less.

The Momentum balances very well on my G. Loomis 2 handed rod, And for the saltwater species, you are only sight casting, so there aren't many casts involved per fish.

This is a great reel
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