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lamiglas rods

Post by matt77 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 6:21 pm

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1st rod is a 703 certified pro baitcaster that i use for jackals,2nd is a 662 certified pro in spin and the 3rd is a 702 certified pro spin that i use for surface and plastics or blades
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Re: lamiglas rods

Post by matt77 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 6:23 pm

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top rod is a 704 xmg50 baitcaster i use it for masks or spinerbaits bottom rod is my 702 xmg spin that i use for plastic ,blades or small lures
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Re: lamiglas rods

Post by Station49 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 6:49 pm

They look very nice mate, interesting grips.... Looks like they would be pretty sensitive.

Also, how do you find those little grips on your reels handles?
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Post by matt77 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 6:57 pm

the handles on the xmg50's are very sensitive and the reel grips are great i don't use a reel without them now

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Re: lamiglas rods

Post by matt77 » Tue Jun 24, 2008 6:58 am

the handle's on the xmg range of rods are a carbon fiber. which help's transmit more feel to the anglers hand than cork or foam. both the xmg range and the certified pro range of rods come with fuji concept guides system, with chrome frame alconite guides droolsmilie thumbsupsmilie just to let you know i am not envolved with blue acres lamiglas in any way i just love and enjoy using their rods....matt

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Post by Mully » Tue Jun 24, 2008 4:39 pm

Matt thats cool i often say i like a product also but thats just my own opinion please feel free to express you likes or dislikes to a product...The people who blatently advertise are the ones I dont like much as I find it rude they dont ask usually whjen asked id make them a tradie andyway and let them promote their hearts out lol

Please dont think expression of your love for any form of equiptment is advertising ,,,go for it ,,,sorry if I get a bit overboard with advertising but the spam advertisers zippedsmilie me off

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Re: lamiglas rods

Post by MR_T » Tue Jun 24, 2008 5:49 pm

matt77 wrote:
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1st rod is a 703 certified pro baitcaster that i use for jackals
what reel is on the first rod?

looks like an alphas.....i have one and am looking for a rod to match it to.

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Re: lamiglas rods

Post by matt77 » Tue Jun 24, 2008 6:45 pm

no worry's Mully. MR_T yep the reel is a alphas and the 703 is a great match for it ...matt

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