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Light or BFS casting rod Build advice

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I just started building rod and my first build was a cheaper BFS set up.  
I am going to build another BFS/ Light action casting rod this fall or winter.  If will really be a heavy BFS rod.  I need help choosing a rob black for it.  I am looking at rodgeeks Carbon 5 light and Cashion Light or a NFC X-ray blank.  Am I missing a better brand?  I like fast action rods too.  



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I'm not sure what a "heavy BFS rod" means, either.  To get good advice, I think you need to get specific about power and action, using CCS as a tool.  You can  easily set it up and then you can know what your current rod is and have a better idea of how much "heavier" you want to go, and CCS data can be utilized to help.  If you need help on setting up CCS testing, send me a message which includes your email address. 


Simply asking about blank brands without getting specific doesn't help.  For example, there are hundreds of XRay blanks.  

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