I did a search but found little pertinent. I recently bought a light line reel ( lamson LP1) from a member and now I am pondering a 2 wt glass rod for it. Obviously I have looked at the Butterstick and their 2wt was six feet vs the usually longer rods. Is 6' a legit length for useful application? I did some thinking on it and since a glass rod will likely flex to the grip, that is full rod flex. A graphite rod of longer length or "faster" will rarely flex much at the grip unless its being stressed and the vigorously flexing part would be the tip and upper two thirds, which in reality may be roughly six feet itself. I have never used glass but understand it is defintely a different feel and material. Sorry if this is a pointless question...but I was curious. Thanks in advance! I have a 3wt Redington CT 7.6 and a Galvan Brookie, I just was looking for a tad lighter setup.