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Old 05-29-06, 01:14 PM   #1
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Default Airrus Ultra XL questions

I just bought a co matrix casting 7'MH and really like it. Thinking about trying an ultra xl 6'8" MH. What can you airrus owners tell me about this rod ? I've heard that the ultras have a lighter tip than the co matrix. Is that true ? Thanks.
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Old 05-30-06, 06:30 AM   #2
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AIRRUS = THE BEST ROD ON THE MARKET.......IMHO. They have the best warranty, feel,sensitivity,strong, etc..etc.. I just cant praise them enough. Yes the XL is a bit lighter than the Co-Matrix but in all honesty you dont have to buy there high end rods to get the most. The $90 Co_Matrix is comparable to high end Gloomis rods and St. Crack rods. That particular rod you just bought is by far my most favorite rod of all. The actions are exactly what they say they are. As always I still make the statement........If you buy a Co-Matrix of XL rod and dont like it contact me and I will buy it. I like them that much.
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