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RuanJ
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Joined: Sun Apr 15th, 2018
Location: Brackenfell,Cape Town, South Africa
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Equipment: Gosa 25 000, Makaira 15 ft , BM 8+1, TN ...
Best Catch: Gosa 25 000, Makaira 15 ft , BM 8+1, TN ...209 cm /131 kg Bronzie (f). Still looking for that ...
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Hello Sealine

I am looking for opinions on this rod as it is still quite new.

Will be targeting big fish with it.

How does it compare to the xxh horizon?

Looking forward to your thoughts.

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Pylstert
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Joined: Fri May 4th, 2007
Location: Wagina Island
Posts: 1994
Equipment: 2nd Hand Rods, Torium reels
Best Catch: Medium Bronzie
Favorite Fishing Spot: SA coast
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Well its obviously for adults only, being XXX rated

Redrogue
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Joined: Sat Nov 21st, 2015
Location: Port Elizabeth , South Africa
Posts: 138
Equipment: Lots of shimano's
Best Catch: Still swimming around out there
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XXXH is probably a bit heavy/overkill for any normal human.
I had a xxh zero and that was already a beast of a rod.

I have since switched to a Medusa and i prefer its versatility to the xxh.
But for outright power the horizon is the choice.