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06-27-2007 02:36 PM
Jamey McLeod
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Originally Posted by jfbasser
I presume you are speaking of the non-GLX Crosscurrent. I have the 8 wt. and it is fast & stiff. Everyone that tries it loves it. IMO the non-GLX Crosscurrent is the best "sleeper" buy out in the market today.

Yes, the non-GLX CC. I don't care for the cosmetics or the price tag on the GLX. The TFO felt a tad on the soft side to me.
06-27-2007 01:34 PM
jfbasser I presume you are speaking of the non-GLX Crosscurrent. I have the 8 wt. and it is fast & stiff. Everyone that tries it loves it. IMO the non-GLX Crosscurrent is the best "sleeper" buy out in the market today.
06-27-2007 10:21 AM
Jamey McLeod
TFO TiCrX vs. Loomis CC

Looking for a fast/stiff 6wt for fishing carp and a bit of salt. I have cast the TFO, but I would like something stiffer/faster. Also considering the Loomis CrossCurrent. Besides the $100.00 difference in price does anybody have any input.

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