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Pro-Spec 7:3 vs Advertised Triple Zoom rod.

by JDSmith

For about one year now, I've been fishing the Nissin Pro-Spec 7:3. The first time out with the rod I knew it was a special rod and it quickly became my favorite for headwaters.

Recently, I fished with a friend that owns one of the new so called Triple Zoom rods, the short one, (it's actually a double zoom) offered by an American competitor. I've considered purchasing one for myself, but felt that it was too similar to my Pro-Spec.

Similar...yes...but worth trading in the Pro-Spec and paying more for the competition? Not a chance! During our outing we switched rods for a little while and when fished one after the other we both noticed the difference immediately. The competition just doesn't compare up in my opinion. My buddy's first words were something like "Wow this rod is awesome, no wonder you're such a good caster." I replied "Yeah, it's the rod."

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May 19, 2014
by: Jimi

I feel the same way about my Honryu, totally changed the way I cast in a good way. Not sure if you are aware but all of Chris's rods are triple zoom
1. End of the grip
2. Mid grip
3. Top of the grip
Works every time!

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