Thanks for the reply.
I was thinking that might be the case, but not having one or knowing anyone with one I couldn't know.
The older Big Water poles from Shakespear have a stiffness that
makes them vulnerable to break but man with a good real and some good filament that stiffness is good for casting.
Thanks again for the reply...
I'm spending the Holiday down here in Atlanta..gonna run to the
BassPro to see what they have....After Christmas of course.
I'm glad I asked before I bought.
I'm gonna look into something with a little kinetic kick,
A little less droopy.
Merry Christmas everybody.
And many fishes for a good New Year.
I wound up getting a 10'-0" Power line graphite pole from Off shore Angler. It's made by the Bass Pro shops. It seems to look fairly descent, and if anything it will hold me over untill I can get something better. I also bought some spyder line.
I'd like to buy a Penn Reel that can be my main reel, or something from Garcia.
Then I'll just work from there.
I'm gonna upgrade, starting with a reel.
Thanks again guys for the tips, keep 'em coming.
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