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I broke a GL2 spinning rod yesterday on a hookset. I think I've had it for just over a year. What are my options? I'm honestly not a big fan of the rod either, so could I upgrade somehow (similar to what Dobyn's will do)?

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The Xpeditor program through the G Loomis website is top notch. Another avenue might be American Legacy Fishing website and if you buy a rod through them they pay that $75 Xpeditor fee.

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if the replacement is an E6X rod you will be way better off anyways. they are much better. The GL2s are no longer even on Loomis's website so you may not be able to get the same replacement if you did want it. I would imagine they will offer an E6X equivalent which you will probably really like.it

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2 hours ago, Hulkster said:

if the replacement is an E6X rod you will be way better off anyways. they are much better. The GL2s are no longer even on Loomis's website so you may not be able to get the same replacement if you did want it. I would imagine they will offer an E6X equivalent which you will probably really like.it

How do you like em? Was thinking up of picking some up later on in the year.

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I only have one E6X, the Mag Bass MBR843c baitcaster. I really like it so far..  its a great rod.

see what others who have actually fished with both will say, as I  have never fished a GL2, I just know that since the E6Xs hit the market I think people have stopped buying the bass GL2s as they got quickly eliminated from the website.

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I picked up a E6X 852S JWR 7'1" at a Field And Stream store a few hours ago.$154.00

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