Yeah, that's a sweet stick too! The 611 pro bass spinning. I was able to hold a display at a recent outdoor show in DFW.BRONZEBACK32 wrote:I was going to try one but the specific model I wanted I could not get until next year, told by the company.Jrob wrote:Where is G-rods?? Honestly, try a G-Rods rod and it will change your expectations of what a quality build, finish, and deflection should be. Great rod series for all fishing flavors!!!
The date of this original post was 2011... the company made their debut in 2012Brock_v2145 wrote:why no 13 fishing their my favorite by far
"fish with mindfulness : beware the darkside"
I have a few Diawa's but not a big fan, but slowly warming up to them (1 Steez one zillion and a tatula)
I have had a few Gloomis rods but have never been a big fan of them and I mean all their series- way over priced and hyped.
I do have a Deep Flex that is great for Lakers (lake trout) and throwing medium sized cranks, but other than that every Gloomis I purchased I never regretted getting rid of them.
I have a couple of Megabass but as with Gloomis, they are okay.
So yeah, I've never been a fan of owning every rod by the same company because 1) no one company will or can have a dominate rod for every single fishing technique out there, imo. secondly, I just love trying out rods from different companies.
I only have a couple rods that I used to consider 'untouchable'' as in I'm not looking to replace them with something I feel is better ...until I do find one better
G-Rod Pro Bass 7'MH-FC (Favorite rod of all time, like ever-ever)
Kisteler Helium III 6-9 MH-EXF (this rod may get replaced with a G-rod Pro bass 6-10 med/hvy fast, please comment if you have owned both these rods, would love to hear how you compare the two)
All my longer rods I'll sell and replace at will and do regularly. I would love to find a 7-2 to 7-5 heavy rod I could add to that list. Hopefully the Xtasy 755 will fulfill that