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Re: Overlining a Rod ??

2007/4/20 19:31
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Just one point for clarification...overlining a rod cannot change the action of the rod. The action is the action period. Remember that the action is defined by where/how a rod bends. What does happen is that the overlined rod will overload the road making it harder for the rod to transfer energy.

Posted on: 2007/12/30 0:30

Re: Overlining a Rod ??

2006/10/26 23:01
From Ohio
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Well, some would say thats actually the FLEX of the rod (or action angle, or taper, etc, etc). The subjective action of the rod is not only dependent on the flex of the rod, but the rod length, and the material its made of, as well as how many grains of line it is loaded with.

Posted on: 2007/12/31 23:06

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