Is there way you guys can build 10lb and 12lb casting rods with the XMG graphite and cork handles? I noticed that your XMG line has a great deal of rods that are 15lb rods and yet your spinning line of XMG rods has 1- 10lb rod and 1 --12lb rod. The casting rod guys are getting left with a slim selection as the 15lb rods are really really heavy duty.
Also, if there is somebody that can help me out with this question as well. I own many, many, many certified pro rods. Just recently I have noticed that quite a few rods in your cert pro and XMG line up share the same line rating and the same lure rating. Which does not compute properly.
Example= the X96 MC is a 12lb rod with a max lure rating of 3/4 of an oz. and the 10' XMG 15lb casting rod is also rated at 3/4 of an oz for the lure rating, how is this possible?
shouldn't the 15lb XMG rods be more along the lines of 1oz.?? There are many rods in the line up that have this mix up if I may call it that, or is it my lack of knowledge?
Please help if you can.....and make a 10lb cert pro casting rod again, you are missing this in the Lamiglas arsenal, you know there are people who refuse to use a spinning reel still for steelheading.