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advice on bps graphite series rods

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i got one two years ago,i never did like it.i gave it away after i got a compre.i know there is a huge diffenence,but there are way better rods around the same price.if it were me i would spend a little more and look at a house brand rod on sale .

not bashing just saying.good luck ;)

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I have 2 of them (dont fish with them) for my son to use, 1 cast and 1 spin, they are both 6' Med and in my opinion for $30 each they are ok for the money, especially for my son since he doesnt fish much. I made a combo for him with a BPS pro qualifer and it casts pretty good. However, I picked up one of them the other day after fishing with my Steez and Loomis rods and it felt like I was using a broomstick. So as long as you dont touch any of the better rods the BPS graphite should be ok.

If I was going to be fishing alot, I would step up to a better rod.

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A lightning rod from Wally world would be a better choice.  

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I almost bought one a while back.  The thing was ridiculously heavy and uncomfortable to hold.  Come to thinkof it, it was a 6'2'' EXTRA HEAVY musky rod....not really a fan.  But seriously, they may be okay for the money, the musky rod was the only one I have felt.  A lightening rod would be a better choice, I know they are lighter and have a feeling they are more sensitive.  

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A lightning rod is only about $10 more and is a far better rod.  

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a cheerywood is not a bad rod for 29.99can.i think thats about 9.99us:Dbetter then the graphite bps rod.way better

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