Berkley cherrywood glass rod.

Discussion in 'Fishing Rod Review' started by maddcatter, Feb 15, 2007.

  1. maddcatter

    maddcatter New Member

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    Has anyone used this rod? I was out at the local outdoors shop with a gift card, and saw this rod was only $30. So, I bought it. It's a very attractive rod, just don't know how durable it is. It has a decent backbone, and a flexible tip. It feels like it can handle some big fish. If anyone has any info on this rod, please reply.
     
  2. dinkbuster1

    dinkbuster1 New Member

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    i heard those are the revamped berkley Reflex rods (the good e-glass reflex that is, not the cheapies). if so they are awesome rods! i have had 2 10ft surf models for over 6 years now and have put them through all kinds of crap, they are indestructable!:smile2:
     

  3. maddcatter

    maddcatter New Member

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    Well, that's good to hear.
     
  4. GMC FishHauler

    GMC FishHauler New Member

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    my family uses them almost exclusively (everyone except me)
    they are tough good rods
     
  5. CJ21

    CJ21 New Member

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    If it made by Berkley its a good rod, I two Berkley Big Game Rods that I like real well.
     
  6. bro_catfish

    bro_catfish New Member

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    Yeah I agree they look sharp!
    I was kinda nervous about how skinny they are
     
  7. riverdawg-1

    riverdawg-1 New Member

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    I have or had 3 cherrywood rods. The biggest 6.5 ft castibg rod seems to be great, but although i liked the 2 spinning rods i had i broke both an ultra lighht and a med 6 footer. I wasn't doing anything with these out if the norm?
     
  8. maddcatter

    maddcatter New Member

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    Mine is an 8' M/H casting rod.