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Came home to TX for the Thanksgiving holiday and a local tackle shop has AllStar rods from 49.99 to 69.99. I just got 3 new baitcasting reels and am now looking at rods. I've heard many of you refer to these rods and was wondering if this was a good price on them.

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CarpHeyDiem (from here on out to be known as Carpio)
 

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I don't know much about a lot of other brands of rods but I have two all-stars. They are both IM10X's. They have been great rods for me, very light and very sensitive, compared to my others. I've seen em retail from anywhere from $90-110$ ( IM10X series). They also make Titanium rods that are much more expensive, around 200$, and some less expensive rods. What model are they? Josh
 

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I have one that is my strictly-used-for Carolina Rig rod. It is the 7' IM10 Josh mentioned. I wouldn't hesitate to get another if I needed one.
 
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Thanks Josh

I'm not sure what model they are. I'm gonna go look at them this afternoon and find out.

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in a sales flyer I have from BPS the have their base models for 50 bucks. Me, personally, have heard they are junk. I have seen them break, and seen guides fly off...but thats my 2 cents, and its worth just that. Im a Daiwa guy myself when it comes to rods.
 

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Hey Carpio, Josh is right on the price's and that would be the IM10X's, check your models carp and see if they are IM10x, I have four All Star's for sale, all brand new, two of them are IM10x and one of them is an Elite series all three are baitcaster's and I have one 6'6 spinning rod, I have them listed in the for sale section, I am asking $50.00 a piece for them, which I think is pretty reasonable :lol: if you like these rod's Carpio give me a call :D
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