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Re: Erie Steelhead

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2011/9/27 20:41
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your 6 is perfect. if i could i could have different rods for different creeks/applications but all i got is my sage 9' 6wt. i use it for everything...
smallies on the susky
steel in erie
carp where ever
trout where ever
panfish and bass on ponds
i even landed a chinook on the salmon river on 6lb test
4 lb test on your 6wt up at follies on the elk...i wish i was there.

Posted on: 2012/10/23 19:52


Re: Erie Steelhead

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From Lancaster, PA
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thanks mutz...its funny you mention it cause I also have a sage 9' 6wt

Posted on: 2012/10/23 20:38


Re: Erie Steelhead

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Agreed! And the other nice thing about a fighting butt is that you can set the butt of the rod on the ground while rigging and not have to worry about scratching the normal end caps. They are super durable!

Posted on: 2012/11/1 15:23



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