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Old 03-15-2000, 08:25 PM
Tod D Tod D is offline
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If I had $500...what sw rod should I buy?

Thinking about a new sw rod and would be interested in hearing/reading people's likes/dislikes. T&T? Sage? Loomis? How about Redington's new line? Scott? Any and all advice or opinions would be appreciated.
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