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12-09-2006 06:30 PM
mcurtiss ll bean has that model and i'd bet their awesome return policy would apply
12-09-2006 04:15 PM
juro Sage rods are usually not discounted until the model is discontinued so any source will offer the same price (other than used).

Have never cast the zeroG in 12wt but it was nice in lighter weights I've tried.

Probably best to test cast them yourself with a good line on them (which makes a lot of difference).
12-09-2006 01:16 PM
Doc Garrett
Where To Buy Sage Rods

Gents, looking for a source to purchase 2 Sage Xi2 1291s. I am seeing pricing in the $680 range. Anyone know of any “deals” out there?

Also - Does anyone have a comparison between the Orvis Zero G and the Xi2 in a 12 weight?

Thanks...

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