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I'd like to HIGHLY endorse both of those rods. Mine are collecting dust as I rarely use graphite any more, but I'll never sell them as they are the closest thing to fast glass in carbon fiber, great for travel, cheap, and an absolute blast on trout of any size. The only rod in the series that to me was a little clunky was the 9' 6 wt. and that one I sold, although it's still a good all around stick.
 

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I'd like to HIGHLY endorse both of those rods. Mine are collecting dust as I rarely use graphite any more, but I'll never sell them as they are the closest thing to fast glass in carbon fiber, great for travel, cheap, and an absolute blast on trout of any size. The only rod in the series that to me was a little clunky was the 9' 6 wt. and that one I sold, although it's still a good all around stick.
I like the 9 foot 6 weights for Boat rods for Newbies and also use them myself.
Much better trolling than casting in the 6 weight.....the 3 and 5 weight are great all around rods.
 

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And if you don't think that was a PI I'll sell it for 70$
That was a good no call IMO ;) How much shipped to Poulsbo, WA? Where are you located?

Edit: This is a 4 pc right?
 
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