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Old 07-07-2009, 10:37 AM
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Wow! I had a chance to try my new bamboo rod over the weekend and managed to catch a few 1-2# rainbows. The rod is a 7 ft. #3 and it was fantastic! I have a little Okuma #3 reel on it and it was really cool fighting the fish untill they panned out in order to net them. I really enjoy this fly fishing stuff!
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Longbowman: Congrats on your first trout with the new bamboo rod! Post some pictures of your rod if you can we would love to see it. I have never fished with bamboo.

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