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Old 07-28-2003, 04:33 PM
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Imx/g3 3wt???

IMX/G3 blank?
I am about to build a new 3wt. And I am debating between the IMX and the G3. I have thrown a g3 5 wt and thought that it was a great rod. Good bang for the buck. I was wondering if anyone out there has casted both and if you could tell a big difference between the 2. Any thoughts????

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