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#1 Mark L

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Posted February 28 2012 - 09:28 PM

Has anyone seen or used these rods. Saw them on ebay and conversed with him. They sound good for the price of a custom rod. Any input?????:confused:

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Posted February 28 2012 - 10:24 PM

Never heard of them but for the $145-$155.00 there are a lot better choices IMO. You can get a Tica, DBlue,or Tsunami for the same price if not cheaper & all of these are proven rods.

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Posted March 01 2012 - 07:32 PM


hav  a tica tc2 9' mh its my primary rod like it a lot . hav  the airwave and tsunamii both ok lost 2 tips on the tsunami wouldnt buy another  dont trust them . aiwave is a good rod  for the price . pitittero rods r custom  all big rod companies had to hav started  somewhere  for the price may give it a chance. cant find anyone who sell the tica dolpin , either they dont hav what i want or theyre  ripping people of with the over inflatted price for a imported rod. but like i said like the tica tc2  heard bad reviews bout them  but knock on wood havent  had any probs yet....




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Posted March 01 2012 - 07:32 PM


thanks for the input




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Posted March 07 2012 - 09:01 PM

just got 10' rod in the mail reelly well built rod light not overly beefy for a heavy action rod and not to stiff cant wait to use:)[/B]

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Posted June 30 2013 - 01:10 PM


Just christened my new Pitittieri with its first bass.  Got the 11' heavy to complement a 10'6" GLoomis, put a Shimano Spheros 6000 on it with 40lb braid, and it outcasts the loomis by twenty feet.  I really like the snap it has when casting a 4 oz weight.  Rod seems to be very well made, is nice and light, fits well in my hand, and I'd be very confident hooking up to a large fish.