jpmoney wrote:I love the specs! This is going to be an expensive year.
Also loving the specs. Aaaannnndddd looks like none of them are glass!
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bronzefly wrote:shimanogloomis man wrote:Gary Do you think there on par with a NRX?
I like to have a lot more time on the water with a rod, or a new series of rods before making too many comparisons, especially outside the family. The perception of a rods sensitivity is highly subjective, but I am impressed with what I have felt in these new Destroyer models.
389Maverick wrote:Still curious about the blank.
shimanogloomis man wrote:[
I hear ya Gary I see a few that fit my style but for now I placed an order for a xxx last week from TTT can't wait to get it !!
leggomye990 wrote:I wonder... FMJ vs 2016 Super Destroyer, I know it's not a direct comparison given the added length of the FMJ but still would like to know which is the better or more versatile jig and bottom contact stick
spookybaits wrote:I like that the oneten is a fast taper.
bronzefly wrote:Bass1980 wrote:7'1-7'2 MH or H, fast, please.
You have two options. One of the new rods is a highly versatile 72MH, not extremely fast tapered, but fast enough and sensitive enough for single hook bottom contact without a doubt, among many other uses. Another is a 71H designed as a jig stick and it's sweet too
Kschultz76 wrote:If its a cork grip that FMJ is going to be pretty hard to resist. I'm still on the hunt for "the jig" rod, and I keep putting off the NRX because I'm unsure about the skeletonized reel seat.
That Warhammer and Valdiva looks very interesting! Cheers to who get to name these rod.
zodiak311 wrote:Probably to early, but I would love to know the handle length on each rod. The Valdia and Daemos have my attention.
Obz wrote:Haha got too jacked up to finish reading the thread. Looks like my fate is sealed. Killer line up.
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