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Makers....

My Cabela's rods are imprinted with "Made in Korea". My St. Croix rods don't say anything like that; I would assume, therefore, that they are made in U.S.A. (because of trade law).

Nothing wrong with good Korean manufacturers - many brand name rods are made there, and some of the names would surprise you.

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I only have the 11'3" "single-hand" 6-wt., and it is fine for my use on smaller streams and rivers here in the NE. Our Lake Ontario tribs aren't that large, and I got it for indicator fishing, mending, keeping less line on the water and tossing spey flies, and it's very good for that. Enough backbone to handle bigger Lake Ontario fish, as well.

But that's the limit of my experience with spey rods - I don't need the big ones for my fishing (as all fly fishers, I will qualify that with a "so far"!)

BobK
 
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