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I am looking to upgrade my casting rods and I can't decide between a G.Loomis or a St.Croix . I was also looking at Powell and Kistler but hadn't heard too much about them one way or the other.
What do you guys and gals think?
Thanks,
RdnkJoe
 
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I wish I could help you out on this but I don't own either one of them.  I have heard that the G.Loomis are quite good.  If you decide to get one can you let me know how you like it??
 

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INDUBITABIBABLY!! If I had the money, G Loomis would be the only rod in my boat. St Croix, Falcon, and BPS are the next three faves. I haven't tried Kistler yet, but with what they want for their rods I'll stick with G Loomis, just because it would make a cool rapper name. 8) YOYOYO :D
 

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Absolutely worth it to me.
I started out with one rod about 5 or 6 years ago and bought three more when I worked some side jobs. My fish catch rate increased at least 50% because I could feel the slightest bumps and tics. I plan to buy more eventually, the heavy one pc. flippin stick is next and then a toad rod. The Shimano reels go great with these rods in my book. St. Croix are good too, but I am biased.
Don't hesitate, SET THE HOOK!
 

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Hellabass is right if you want a worm / jig / flippin rod upgrade to GLX if it is for a toad or other sight / top water baits the GL3 is fine. The GLX gives you a lot more sensitivity.
 

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In my opinion My Loomis's are worth every penny on one hand but on the other I feel like my IMX is just as sensetive or more than my GLX. Knowing that I wouldnt have spent the xtra money for it,but i do love the recoil eyes
 
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