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I haven't fished much in the past couple of years but have really started to get back into it, and after reading through the forums I decided I would treat myself to an upgrade on my rod. I mostly fish panfish and crappies, but do the occasinal northern and largemouth bass fishing, and I usually only carry one or two rods to keep it simple. I went to Gander Mountain and purchased my first graphite rod, their guide series of course. 6' medium action, and had to try out right after I got home. I can't even begin to describe the difference in feel it has! I also tried some beetle spinners for crappies last night and I have never "felt" so much when I have been fishing before. Thanks for all the great advice! grin.gif

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Thank You for becoming a member of a great family.

I hope you enjoy your new found love.

Sifty

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just imagine the feel you would have with an ml graphite rod!!! Welcome to FM....the best place to get ?'s answered regarding minnesota's outdoors!!!.....or at least have them discussed!!! grin.gif

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Always glad to hear stories like yours. Welcome to FM.

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