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Old 03-26-2004, 01:25 AM
gammarus gammarus is offline
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Question RPLXi or Xi2

I'm buying a 9 weight soon for my trip in may. I'm trying to decide between an RPLXi and an Xi2. The Xi2 seems alot stiffer than the Xi, almost uncomfortable in the hand. Although I haven't cast it yet I get the feeling it may be a club. Has anyone tried both rods?
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