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New Lamiglas Carbon Surf

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Seen the prototype up close in person at a local fishing show back in March. My first impression was how light they were. The rod has a parabolic feel from whipping it around. It comes in 7 different models including a heavy version for the canal and I believe they all come in a 2 piece 70/30 split. The starting price is at $199 for the 9 footer. From what I believe these blanks were designed in USA and manufactured overseas hence the 5 year warranty.

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On 8/14/2019 at 11:35 PM, Dah seee said:

Seen the prototype up close in person at a local fishing show back in March. My first impression was how light they were. The rod has a parabolic feel from whipping it around. It comes in 7 different models including a heavy version for the canal and I believe they all come in a 2 piece 70/30 split. The starting price is at $199 for the 9 footer. From what I believe these blanks were designed in USA and manufactured overseas hence the 5 year warranty.

From your recollection are they using Fuji K-frame guides or another brand?

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8 hours ago, bajanfish said:

From your recollection are they using Fuji K-frame guides or another brand?

Unfortunately Non Fuji K frame guides but a generic brand. I was told this was done to keep the cost lower to attract more buyers and to stay competitive with other brands in that price range. 

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I just got one in the mail that I won in a raffle, had very high hopes but I'm not impressed at all, will be selling it asap, I got the 10ft mh for throwing plugs and its very stiff in the tip, I got it to replace my tsunami I use now but to me the tsunami blank feels alot better to me, idk if you ever felt a penn fierce rod but that's what it reminds me of 

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My buddy got the 9 ft 3/8 to 2 for bay use.  I checked it out last weekend and was very impressed. Nice whippy action to it and parabolic.  Again he got this for the back, not a rod he will use in the peak of a run in a lineup.   

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I got the 9’ 1/2-3oz a few weeks ago. Feels great and casts really well. Very light and had a near parabolic feel to it. Can’t wait to put some weight on it this spring. 

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