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Somebody has a lot of time on their hands... :respect-059: :respect-059: :respect-059:

 

Sorry, I just couldn't help myself.  Obviously I have too much time on my hands as well..

 

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Somebody has a lot of time on their hands... :respect-059: :respect-059: :respect-059:

 

Sorry, I just couldn't help myself.  Obviously I have too much time on my hands as well..

 

:coffee1:

 

Of course you couldn't ... that was a LAYUP!

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What about the best rod with shiny rod wrappings versus the best rods where the wrappings have a matte finish?   What about the best rod that isn't black?   What about the rod color that spooks fish the least?  If we really put our collective minds on it we can come up with LOTS more "best rod" threads.

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on a halfway serious note, what about best crankbait rod, jerkbait rod, jig rod, etc.?  seems like that's a solid double digit percentage of posts in the rods, reels and line forum...

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What about the best rod with shiny rod wrappings versus the best rods where the wrappings have a matte finish?   What about the best rod that isn't black?   What about the rod color that spooks fish the least?  If we really put our collective minds on it we can come up with LOTS more "best rod" threads.

Man there are some days that this is exactly what it starts to feel like reading all the "What's the best?" threads. 

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Good call on the sticky and IMO long overdue. Same thing should be done for reels and to an extent line. Honestly there are only a few times a year where these types of threads can really change. One, is when a new rod line has came out that never existed before. Two, is when a rod line is revamped and changed. Three, if a rod line were to drop or go up drastically in price putting it into another price point. Rods are around for generally 2+ years and at times some may be close to 10+.

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