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Suitable Rod

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Gents,
As i was saying,i want to pair a Rod with my Shimano 4000D BaitRunner.( Already Loaded with 20lbs Braid)
Any suggestions?

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Hi Kishore, what type of fishing you wanna use the reel for ? offshore, inshore etc and whats your budget like.
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Vidic wrote:Hi Kishore, what type of fishing you wanna use the reel for ? offshore, inshore etc and whats your budget like.
I intend to do fresh water fishing for Tomans.
My budget is 150 to 200 Singapore Dollars Max.
Please correct me if i am wrong.I was thinking of Xzoga, GB-S 66h2.

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I can't find any info on 'GB-S' from xzoga website, or are you referring to Xzoga mastery models? It does have a S66H2 and should cost close to 200 dollars. The JA models will be slightly cheaper.

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Peace wrote:I can't find any info on 'GB-S' from xzoga website, or are you referring to Xzoga mastery models? It does have a S66H2 and should cost close to 200 dollars. The JA models will be slightly cheaper.

That is true,you cannot get any information on the net regarding the GB-S model.This model is the same as the
MA-S 66H2,only that it has a different look and it is a newer model.If you open up the page on the MA-S model on the
net,you will see the picture flash on the top of the page.You can see the difference,the GB-S is a very much slimmer
rod.(all above information given to me by Xzoga Rod sellers)

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Kishore wrote:Gents,
As i was saying,i want to pair a Rod with my Shimano 4000D BaitRunner.( Already Loaded with 20lbs Braid)
Any suggestions?
To whom it may concern,
Please close this thread.I bought a Xzoga GB-S66h2 rod.( Rod rating same as MA-S66h2)
If i was asked to describe the rod in Three Words.I would say 1)TALL 2)DARK 3)HANDSOME.

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Hope you enjoy fishing with your new fishing rod. :)

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