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Discussion in 'Fishing Rod Review' started by smoothkip25, Feb 14, 2009.
Just bought 2 new quantum Big cats what you guys thing on my purchase? 7'6" MH!
i got the 7/10 mh no problems
It all depends on what you feel comfortable with I think if you feel good with an 8' pole use that if a 7' fits you better use that personal preference changes by the person you gotta find Kip's rod and you'll know :wink:
Finding that rod and reel that just feels good in your hands is half the battle. good rod for the money.
oops, double post.
They are very good rods, I liked the medium heavy like you got better than the heavy action.
The heavy action was a little to stiff in the tip for me.
I only use 10-12 foot long rods now, Or I would still be using my big cats.
I have three of the same model and weight and have had no problems. I like them.
I have 2 and would not trade them for anything
I think it all depends on what you feel comfortable with and what is strong enough and the proper action for you :wink:
Yeah I just wanted to know if they held up good and was dependable. My buddy has a couple and I really liked them. There nice rods and exactly how i like my rods. I really like the 7'6" with cork handles and trigger. I put my 7000C3Is on them spooled em up with 40# Big Game. Im ready for some action!
I've got 4 of the 7'10" med. heavys and they work for me.
My Dad has 4 of the 7'6" med. heavys also.
If you take good care of them, they'll last you awhile.
I have 1 and i am planning on getting another one or two. Some dont like them but I haven't had any problem with mines. I do prefer the mh over the heavy action though
have a spinning rod and its held up well for 4 years of tough flathead fishing.
I wish Quantum still made the big water Iron baitcasting reels... That reel and a medheavy big cat rod is the perfect combination.
I stopped using Quantum Big Cat rods a couple of years ago when one snapped right above the handle. I've talked to quite a few people who have had the exact same problem, and quite a few who say they're the best rod they've ever owned. I personally don't need something I can't count on.
I've switched exclusively to Catfish Safari rods and couldn't be happier - those rods can handle any giant blue cat you'll ever hook into and won't buckle in the heat of battle (or when trying to get a snag loose!)
i have 2 7-10 mh rods no problems with them:smile2:
Awesome rods.I got 4. 2 older styles and 2 new style