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New light casting rods from Black Hole USA in 2020

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1 hour ago, ksong said:

Sample rods arrived. But the design of the rods are not what I suggested. I might visit Korea to straighten up  it means the introduction of the rods may be delayed 

what specifically is wrong? will you still bring them to the shows?

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10 mins ago, codyk35 said:

what specifically is wrong? will you still bring them to the shows?

They make heavy duty rods. :) I will bring them at the shows. At least you can see the actions of the rods 

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On 1/8/2020 at 0:13 PM, ksong said:

8' Suzuki L rod is one-piece as well as 7'9" Black Hole Challenger Bank UL rod.

But 8'6", 9' and 9'5" Suzuki UL rods are two-piece.

Kil........you may have said this already but...........what's the difference between your Suzuki L and Challenger Bank UL ??

 

 

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14 mins ago, yogiiiboy said:

Kil........you may have said this already but...........what's the difference between your Suzuki L and Challenger Bank UL ??

 

 

Price is different t. :)

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14 hours ago, Dan_evan1 said:

Glad you’re ok buddy!!

You should try those light rods.

Those are amazing light rods which are capable of landing decent striper, albie, snook, salmon.

For salmon in the West Coast  anglers prefer soft rods, but I prefer moderate /fast action rods even for salmon. Soft rods are good for bait fishing, but you got to have some backbone in the middle to set hooks while using lures.

 

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41 mins ago, ksong said:

You should try those light rods.

Those are amazing light rods which are capable of landing decent striper, albie, snook, salmon.

For salmon in the West Coast  anglers prefer soft rods, but I prefer moderate /fast action rods even for salmon. Soft rods are good for bait fishing, but you got to have some backbone in the middle to set hooks while using lures.

 

Ksong I am currently looking for a long distance casting ultra light surf rods 10g to 28g lures is there anything in the pipeline for that, hopefully 10'6 and above.  

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On 1/4/2020 at 10:39 PM, z-man said:

I’m sure these are great rods but why do they come with a plain black foam grip that looks like it belongs on a Walmart rod?  Why not cork or a nice wrapped grip tape like other high end rods?

wrapped grip tapes, on other "high end rods",, are MUCH less expensive, for cost on these so-called "high end rods",, so if it is so high end, why are they using cheaper material on their rods, then charging the consumer a "high end retail price"....?

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1 min ago, shu said:

Ksong I am currently looking for a long distance casting ultra light surf rods 10g to 28g lures is there anything in the pipeline for that, hopefully 10'6 and above.  

Try 10' Black Hole Suzuki rod. 

I used 1/4 oz lures. 

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9 mins ago, ksong said:

Try 10' Black Hole Suzuki rod. 

I used 1/4 oz lures. 

kil............how much does the factory 10' Suzuki rod weigh?

 

 

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8 mins ago, yogiiiboy said:

kil............how much does the factory 10' Suzuki rod weigh?

 

 

I just checked our site. The 10' blank weighs 3.7 oz.

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1 min ago, ksong said:

I just checked out site. The 10' blank weighs 3.7 oz.

yes thank you.........i also saw myself that the factory rod weighs 7.9 oz...........

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