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Quantum Sticks

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Anyone using any of the Tour Edition Signature Series or Tour Edition sticks that Quantum makes? I have one of the KVD ones for spinnerbaits and love it and am thinking about getting some others but would like some feedback from other users if there are any out there.

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I've got a few year old Quantum Tour Edition 6'6" M baitcasting rod and it has been great to me. I really like it. It's 54 million modulus graphite. I've had it for 3 or 4 years now.

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I have one of the tour edition PT spinning rods 7' med action sweet rod for chucking plastic to smallies. The PT rods have really nice actions and very comfortable handles. I had a 6' 6" med heavy tour edition combo that I had been catching bass with since 95' broke a foot or so off of it last fall in an unkown freak accident. I will be replacing it with a PT combo sometime. The reels and rods are sweet.

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Thanks for your responses! I have the KVD 6'10" MH Fast with the burner reel and really like it. Was thinking of either getting the Rojas Frog Rod or the one for surface plugs by Swindel and also exploring a spinning rod for skipping docks.

I can't find anyplace that carries even a reasonable selection of these rods so I can put my hands on one before purchase though. Checked the website for dealers but none in/near the Cities carries more than a few models if any at all. frown.gif

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