I've had one for a year, and it's my favorite for big rivers. Not exactly light, but feels more like a standard 14-foot nine-weight than a >15-foot boomer. I love it with extended belly lines. I can fish it all day, unlike my 16-foot Alltmor. With its IM8 graphite and Nodera's design, it's a medium--full flexing rod that gives fast recovery.
if you need to fish big rivers and cover water easily with floating or sunk lines this has to be one of the best rods on the market,I honestly cant think of anyone who hasnt liked mine when they tried it.you can cast with top hand only or bottm and top the rod casts well with either style and makes using all line types a pleasure in my experince a great double handed rod
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