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Carrot Stix are at BPS

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They finally caught up to Cabela's and are carrying some E21 rods.

whats the difference in the cheaper one and the one that costs you a c-note more?

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They finally caught up to Cabela's and are carrying some E21 rods.

whats the difference in the cheaper one and the one that costs you a c-note more?

The guides are upgraded and the butt of the handle has a screw off end to add weight.

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Saw them the last time I was in the store in St Charles MO.  Nice, light rods but I just can't do it.  I've always been one that didn't want to disclose what I was fishing with on the lake, lures or otherwise.  They literally glow and you can see a guy fishing with one of those rods from a 1/4 mile away.   ;D

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Saw them the last time I was in the store in St Charles MO. Nice, light rods but I just can't do it. I've always been one that didn't want to disclose what I was fishing with on the lake, lures or otherwise. They literally glow and you can see a guy fishing with one of those rods from a 1/4 mile away. ;D

You could use them as a distress signal.

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I really want one of those, a lot. I'm getting a gift card there and know an employee who can get me a discount, so I'll probably do it.

Why do I want one so bad you ask? Because it is orange and made out of carrots, thats why.

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I really want one of those, a lot. I'm getting a gift card there and know an employee who can get me a discount, so I'll probably do it.

Why do I want one so bad you ask? Because it is orange and made out of carrots, thats why.

crackin me up!! ;D ;D ;D

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I really hope they up the ante and carry the Carrot Gold Stix.  The 7'2" and 8' ML spinning models look like they have the potential to be killer slip-bobber rods, on paper at least.  I just hope they have a soft enough tip to safely lob minnow/leech rigs.

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My OK day just turned into a wonderful day. I can head up to Foxboro and play around with them now. I plan on going all orange by the start of next season. So light, so sensitive, no need for other rods in my boat.

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Wow, BPS never ceases to amaze. They're only what, a year behind the times?

Try Gander Mountain, they're even worse.  I think they are just getting the Curado D's in for 09'.   ;D

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