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  1. I apologize for posting this question, but i've seen so much expertise and experience here that I just can't help myself. I bought my first fly rod combo about 3 years ago, almost totally ignorant of what I was doing. Now I'm thinking about upgrading when we get on towards spring. What i have is an inexpensive Berkeley graphite rod, 6-7 weight and only 8 feet. The reel is a Scientific Angler. I have no immediate complaints about either, but then I doubt I have enough experience to judge, at least not the rod. I'd like a 9-foot 5-weight, as this seems to be a better trout/panfish choice, I definitely want a "full-length" rod. I'd like something in the $100-$200 range, plus a serviceable reel, Suggestions, warnings and feedback welcome. Thanks, guys!
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