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    wright and McGill and Basspro shop rods #9549 01/15/14 03:11 PM
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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

    Re: wright and McGill and Basspro shop rods [Re: norm] #9817 12/22/14 09:07 AM
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    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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