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    #9549 - 01/15/14 03:11 PM wright and McGill and Basspro shop rods  
    Joined: Dec 2008
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    norm Offline
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    norm  Offline
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    Joined: Dec 2008
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    Considering buying the 8 foot Gen. 2 Wright and McGill Blair Wiggins rod or the 8.5 foot Basspro Shop Offshore Angler inshore extreme rod. Looking to complete my rod selection with a rod to use from shore for snook in cover, black drum and Stripper fishing in Cape cod this summer.
    If anyone has used these rods, feedback would be appreciated.
    thanks

    #9817 - 12/22/14 09:07 AM Re: wright and McGill and Basspro shop rods [Re: norm]  
    Joined: Dec 2014
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    fromthefort Offline
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    fromthefort  Offline
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    Joined: Dec 2014
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    florida
    I like to use star rods. You can get them at a local tackle shop and they stand behind the warranty. I know they used to be american made. I haven't bought one in a while so not sure of where they are made know, hopefully still america. I have five or six star and one g-loomis and I like them all just differnet weight for different techniques. I have seen the wright and mcgill, just don't know how good of quality.



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