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looking at a lamiglas excel 7' m/l or 7' m for a pflueger arbor 7430 spinning reel opinions please mainly will be fishing the river and spillway tryin to get my first smallie

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my brother just got the 7'3 lamiglas excel and it seems real heavy to me.. i own one lamiglas rod the SR 765R 7'6" its my deep crankin rod and its a little heavy to but its a fiberglass rod so thats normal other than that i they are a great rod company.. give falcon a look

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I have both the XL703S and the XL704S and both are dedicated to small mouth work.  Go with the 703 for sure.  The 702 is more of a drop shot action.  I use the 703 for tubes, grubs and light draggin with #8 Yozuri on a President.   By the way, I used my Excel 734C to throw Traps all day yesterday and it's not heavy.

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trust me compared to my falcon and loomis rods the excel rods are heavy..

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for a little bit more money you could get a falcon and i promise you will not be disappointed 

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I have 2 Excels and really like them... nice quality rod with good sensitivity. I haven't notice them being "heavy" compared to others at the same price point.

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i've spent time handling most models in the excel line. the 7-foot and under rods feel light and balanced but the 7'3" models do feel tip-heavy to me...it was immediately noticeable.

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