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new UL rod

Postby swear by senkos » Wed Apr 14, 2004 5:02 pm

since i have heard so many good things about airrus i am thinking about jumping on the band wagon, i am looking for a new trout rod in UL, can anyone tell me about Airrus's 5'6" spinning rod, if you have a better suggestion in the area of $100 let me know.

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Re: new UL rod

Postby Reno Reeler » Wed Apr 14, 2004 7:04 pm

Other than the AiRRUS, the St. Croix Premier is a good choice.

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Re: new UL rod

Postby Brookie » Wed Apr 14, 2004 8:23 pm

While the airrus rods look powerful for bass fishing and others, I don't
think the larger butt section will be good as an ultralight rod. It just
won't feel like a traditional ultralight that I truly enjoy fishing with
for small trout. Reno Reeler made a good suggestion for the
Premier series. Also you can consider Loomis, but St. Croix is probably
best when going down to that level of graphite. Good luck

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Re: new UL rod

Postby Nrowden27 » Fri Mar 30, 2018 7:07 am

I picked up a couple St. Croix Panfish series rods and like them a lot. I got the 5'6" and a 6'. Shorter rods for fishing around and shooting docks.

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Re: new UL rod

Postby 1nutinthewater » Wed Jun 06, 2018 10:30 am

I recently picked up the Kuying Teton UL baitcaster and really like it- Quality build and fishes great as a light action trout rod. Very surprised at the quality for such a low price. I use it over numerous other rods I have costing much more. Will be ordering the spinning version next.
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