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    Quote Originally Posted by deathb4disco View Post
    Only if you’re using it as a kite.
    a nice solid stick will hold way steady in high wind , a light straw not so much
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    a nice solid stick will hold way steady in high wind , a light straw not so much
    To each, his own.

    However, I pity the rod company who’s advertising slogan is: “Are you green and go by ‘Hulk’ in the Avengers? Then you will love our new HEAVY rods! Even that pansy Thor won’t be able to lift them!”

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    Quote Originally Posted by deathb4disco View Post
    5oz? Really? Is it made of pure lead?

    If those are your choices, Iíd go with the ACC. Iíll almost always pick the lighter rod.
    if i might ask, what would be a better choice, i do have the wally marshall signature series in 7ft ( a tad noodle effect) and the wally marshall pro series in 6ft along with the BnM 6ft sharpshooter, i think i might like a 7 1/2 footer next and the ACC looks like i might like it, but i am open for something similar ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by chetc View Post
    if i might ask, what would be a better choice, i do have the wally marshall signature series in 7ft ( a tad noodle effect) and the wally marshall pro series in 6ft along with the BnM 6ft sharpshooter, i think i might like a 7 1/2 footer next and the ACC looks like i might like it, but i am open for something similar ...
    Iím not familiar with any of those rods. In that price range, Iíd get a BnM TCB or a Bass Pro Fish Eagle (f/k/a Cabelaís Fish Eagle.)

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    If there is method to your madness....I'm pretty sure that would be a whole bunch of method.. ROFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    BUT , really light rods can be a huge problem in high wind , there is a method to my madness boys and girls .....
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    i see Fisherman's warehouse in Ohio shows the ACC rods, not sure if they have the rods i am looking for, anyone ever deal with them

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    i have my mind set on the ACC crappie stix model GS76SG, curious where i might find one other than than ACC. they are out of stock


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    The B 'n' M Leland's 6'6" TCB (trout crappie bream) rod that I mentioned earlier in this thread, I received it and have fished with it several times and IMO, it is quite a bargain. It cost $70 and includes a reel. The reel is nothing special but it functions because I have been using it and with no issues. This rod is somewhat similar to JDM rods but much less delicate, much less expensive. This rod is hardier because the tip section is not nearly as tiny as JDM rods. Only the user can say whether it's the better buy for himself but as for something in a similar style as JDM UL rods, this one will be hard to beat for the price. JDM rods cost, generally, $225 or so and higher.
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