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    Biscayne Rods

    As some of you know, I've been fishing Chaos Rods for years and have endorsed their products with much enthusiasm. I recently purchased a Biscayne built rod with Winthrop titanium guides......my God, what a great rod!!! Sensitive tip that moves to a solid backbone-great action. I believe the rod is a Cal-Star blank. I'm ordering 3 more.





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    What class rod are you talkin' Tony?
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    50-80lb class. We fished this rod in the SI tournament....along with two custom rods that Chaos built for me. Very different actions between the two types. The tip on the Biscayne worked great on short-stroking uncooperative fish. The WT guides are unbeatable.....expensive (the set on this rod cost $400)....but worth it.
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    tony, remember rasta rods????

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    absolutely.....are they still around?
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    dont know...they where made in nc

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    Hi,

    I have to find the madel name for the new Shimmano rods. I think the one I bent was rated 20-100 # test. They are going to change the rod/blank industry. The cost at the local B&T was $99.00.

    I will find the model name and post it. Can you believe one rod to use offshore for that class range?

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