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Does this blank behave in the same way across the Levante, Orochi, and Destroyer lines. 

Specifically asking if the uses of the Javelin are the same as the XX and Levante EMTF, all of which are rated the same. 

The destroyer line does not have an EMTF and braillist split like the other two, so I am wondering if the javelin is more versatile.  

 

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The guys over at Tackletrap would probably know best. What specific characteristic are you looking for out of a 7'5 MH/F?

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3 minutes ago, Junger said:

The guys over at Tackletrap would probably know best. What specific characteristic are you looking for out of a 7'5 MH/F?

They are rated a M-MF although I know megabass has some unique tapers. I am looking for something a little less stout and more sensitive than my 734. 

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I current Orochi XX and Levante F5 75 EMTF are moving bait rods.  Basically versatile graphite crankbait sticks.  The old Orochi XX EMTF was a  bottom contact rod that had some versatility to be used for single hook moving baits but was bottom contact orientated 1st.  I don't k or about the Javelin.  You would want to confirm if it more similar to the old EMTF or the current one.  

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Talk to Gary at TackleTrap, he can set you straight. 

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