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    Cheapest way to Brim fish is get a cheap cane pole. Gets out there nicely and all ya gotta do is pull the fish right up to your lap.
    I don't specifically fish for brim... but sometimes my 4 year old like too... so I just use my UL for them.
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    I am a avid Wally Marshall fan, have 6' thru 8 foot rods, use Zebco 11 spincast, 4 lbs line and wear them out. Used to be Galyns UL rod fan until they were bought out by Dicks, but Dick's is more into sports clothes than outdoor gear

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    Question TFO Finesse fly rod

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveGibson View Post
    I use TFO fly rods. I have a 1-weight, 2-weight and 3-weight. That's all I use. I like the Finesse and Pro series of TFO.
    I would also like to know which Finesse you like - I am between the 7'9 3 wt. or 4 wt. for Florida brim and north Ga. trrout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copperheadjohn View Post
    I would also like to know which Finesse you like - I am between the 7'9 3 wt. or 4 wt. for Florida brim and north Ga. trrout.
    I have the 1-weight, 6'9 Finess 4-piece. Great little rod. I've caught the 7'9 3-weight and like it very much.
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    loomis sr841 imx 2 pc. 7 ft.
    daiwa certate finesse.
    Last edited by Alpar; 01-23-2009 at 01:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpar View Post
    loomis sr841 imx 2 pc. 7 ft.
    daiwa certate finnese.
    Are you an Aussie or a Kiwi?
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    ouch ! San Diego

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpar View Post
    ouch ! San Diego
    Just wondered. That combo is a favorite "down under".
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    i like the eagle claw feather lite...all fiber glass real whippy like and a ton of fun on big gills
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    Thumbs up Hybrid

    I can only hope that I have a new favorite rod being made for spring.
    I finally dropped my guard and have a hybrid rod on order. It will be my favorite length of 8 1/2' having spinning eyes and handle on a #3 wt. fly blank. ole Mike

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