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Old 03-01-2011, 12:31
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Thanks for all feedback. Went for the IM9 Finesse in the end
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Old 03-01-2011, 13:40
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IM9, IM8, IM6 Rod material ? The below site gives a good description of rod actions of the different materials.
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Old 05-01-2011, 11:47
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Received the Drennan IM9 Finesse rod this morning. Just what i was after. Lightweight, delicate & compliments my centerpin & closed face reels perfectly. Where the extension butt section screws in is almost impossible to see. Looking forward to giving it plenty of use over the years.
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Old 05-01-2011, 17:04
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Received the Drennan IM9 Finesse rod this morning. Just what i was after. Lightweight, delicate & compliments my centerpin & closed face reels perfectly. Where the extension butt section screws in is almost impossible to see. Looking forward to giving it plenty of use over the years.

I hope it turns out to be a corker for you. If it's anything like the older drennan im9's it'll be brilliant. I'll be interested in the butt and if the screw in section keeps it's tight fit.
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