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Thread: Stealth Infinity vs TFO Profesional vs TFO BVK

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    Default Stealth Infinity vs TFO Profesional vs TFO BVK

    Gentleman (and ladies) if you could get each one of these rods for the same price, which one would you prefer and why?

    What is good and bad when comparing these rods?

    Looking at a 5 wt for Stillwater trout fishing most of the time.

    Thanks

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    What is the price?
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    Lets say R2000.00....

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    Let's say BVK ....
    Mario Geldenhuys
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    BVK YEAH! BRASSE VANNIE KAAP ek sĂȘ

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    TFO for sure ...
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    Will you fishing from a boat or bank?

    Boat, then the better casting rod for you.
    Bank, the one with the softest tip section.

    As the bank fishing will entail a lot of fishing with naturals, and you want to impart the most soft movements in the flies. Where boats you will be casting further and pulling more lures etc.
    Korrie Broos

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    Nymphing, is fly fishing in another dimension

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    All of you advocating the BVK...have you casted or fished the rod yet? (I hear very good things about it, but just asking...you recommending it based on first-hand experience, or from reputation?)

    I myself have not seen, cast or fished the BVK. But yes, I do see good write-ups about it.

    However, for stillwater and river fishing, as an all-round rod, the Stealth Infinity is hard to beat in terms of value for money and fishability/castability. It's a great rod, fast actioned but still light and very sensitive.

    I would recommend you go check both out for yourself, and then choose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    All of you advocating the BVK...have you casted or fished the rod yet? (I hear very good things about it, but just asking...you recommending it based on first-hand experience, or from reputation?)
    I did not casted it, but I did cast it yes. It's very good rod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smallstreams.co.za View Post
    I did not casted it, but I did cast it yes. It's very good rod.
    and you have cast a net...
    Bubble, Bubble, Bubble and Squeak...I think this mixture is too weak!!!???" (Wrex Tarr)

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