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    Senior Member Indian River Joel's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ol'DirtyCaster View Post
    I have strange taste in rods evidently, but when waders come to the shop looking for rods the first two that I show them are the shimano teramar F70M and the St. Croix tidemaster TIS70LM. Difficult to go wrong with either of those two no matter what you're throwing/targeting.
    I have teramar 7`6 Medium rod. It is a great rod, but it is a little heavy to wade with. I would rather go with the Truimph, I dont see much difference in weight and action between the Triumph and the Tidemaster to warrant the price difference, but once you get to the Avid it is a great rod. With that being said the terez 7`2 Medium rod is what I throw. Its more of an ML than a M
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    fast 5'6'' pistol grip docks and mangroves @ night
    7'6'' flats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indian River Joel View Post
    I have teramar 7`6 Medium rod. It is a great rod, but it is a little heavy to wade with. I would rather go with the Truimph, I dont see much difference in weight and action between the Triumph and the Tidemaster to warrant the price difference, but once you get to the Avid it is a great rod. With that being said the terez 7`2 Medium rod is what I throw. Its more of an ML than a M


    I use SCIV casting blanks built as spinners. A 4C710HM for swimbaits and spooks, and a 4C72MM for light spoons and plastics. But like I said I evidently have strange taste in rods.

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    Teramars are good rods but even Star stellar lites are alot lighter, and a couple bucks cheaper.
    The new Seagis series from star is just the best. Picked up a 7'6" 10-20 and its soooo light!

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