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Never tried one of those JL, however if you choose to buy one, I'd be happpy to barrow it for the season and let you know how I thought it did by Oct.
What's a buddy for?
 

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Second Opinion!!!!!

Hey Coach, If you also want a second opinion, I'd try a 7' Lite Action Spinning Rod with an all cork handle, to see how good of a live bait riggin', back trollin' rod will work for you for Walleyes up North!!!

Save that reciept, too!!!!!
 

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If you are going to look at a new rod, I suggest giving Indiana made Esox Rods a peek. They are made at a plant in Richmond, you can actually see it from I70. They make a fantastic rod.


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Sorry James no luck here. I use all Bionic Rods (have around 12 rods). Let me know how they work, if you happen to pick up one
 

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WarEagle said:
If you are going to look at a new rod, I suggest giving Indiana made Esox Rods a peek. They are made at a plant in Richmond, you can actually see it from I70. They make a fantastic rod.

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Where can you look at those rods...sound interesting.
 

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They are going to be floating around at the Boat and Travel show. I will get an actualy booth for you. They will be there with a dealer or a couple. You can see them online at www.esoxfishingrods.com If you inquire about them. Tell Gary or Brent that I ( Brian James ) sent you. I don't work for them... no pro staff or anything. I just like Gary very much, and his product.

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