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Lamiglas specs say the 120 1M is rated 4-12.

so why not the 1L. Also I use power pro, does that change anything.

 

Thanks Al

 

[This message has been edited by linesides28 (edited 10-13-2002).]

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Most manufacturers overrate the capacity of their blanks,in my opinion.

The GSB120 1M is without a doubt perfect for what you're throwing.The 1L's are alot softer in the middle and are better suited for bucktails and lighter plugs.

Again,it's only my opinion,but the 1L doesn't handle 3 ozs. as nice as the 1M does.

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One I'd like to suggest you consider is the new Tri-Flex model that we here at Lamiglas have available.

The CSB1202M will handle anything within the range you specified.

 

Todd

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Ive got a 1024 Arra blank and I use it on the East end with plugs. This last weekend was more like bucktail conditions and the rod just felt too stiff with 1 1/2 oz bucktails. Is the 1L the blank that most of the guys out there use or are there other blanks that would fit the bill better? How about St. Croix, do they make anything in that range.TNX.

 

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[This message has been edited by Diamondwrapper (edited 10-14-2002).]

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Diamondwrapper,

 

There are certainly many,many blanks to choose from when it comes to that situation.

But,the 1L is probably the most popular.I've wrapped quite a few at 9' and 10' both spinning and conventional(my personal favorite) and everybody loves them.I know they're rated higher,but it handles a 1 oz. bucktail like nobody's business.

Oh,and keep in mind,linesides specifically mentioned Montauk in his post.That's all I'm referring to here.

 

[This message has been edited by PaulieA (edited 10-14-2002).]

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