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Old 10-08-2006, 05:10 PM
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Which one? Lamiglas XMG50, IM700 or St.Croix SCV

I want to build up a new fast action rod for fishing trouts especially with streamer and nymph in 9ft #6. Usually I go fishing on small rivers and middle streams. But I am not quite sure whether to take the Lamiglas XMG50, the IM700 or the SCV of ST. Croix. Does anyone know this rods and which one would you recommend?

Thanks and TL
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