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Fishing the all new v4m Mark II switch #5 nano-resin IM8 rod. This was really a new experience. The rod is a true #5 and the the new v4m switch line with a short belly and long thin front taper maches perfectly. This rod is not a canon - it's a laser. Presenting the dry fly to the piont and swinging wet flies, the rod is mastering it by itself. The nano-resin matrix and a regressive med-fast action make the rod casts easy and precisely. Power without end.Craftsmanship and cosmetics on this rod are superb. The non painted ferrules gives the extra security.Well done.Best matching a 5# line v4m switch or 3M SA SBT #5 or #6. RW Ambush #7 is overpowering this sophisticated rod in my opinion, but will work with larger streamers and sink tips as well.
All day single handed cast no problem by a rod weight below 5 oz. A short rear grip of 3,2'' makes trout spey casting easy and does not disturbe in single hand action. v4m rods are produced by v4m (Scotland) with a nano-resin-matrix, Fuji guide rings, titan coated snake guides, AAAA cork handles and are available from less than 300 bugs.THIS IS EXCELLENT!

Please find my experiences and the pics on facebook. By the way, v4m heads and lines are all below 50 bugs. Thanks'.


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