TFO 7wt when the wind picks up.
And of course TFO profesional 5wt for floating line and
St Crox 5wt for sinking line.
I guess I have a diff. rods for diff. stuff that I like .
Favorite ? I dont know, they are all my favorite.
And you know what they say- One can never have a nuff
but.. having used a 6 wt rod to catch multiple sunfish and small bass and trout in TN.. IOW the fish were over matched but most still put up a good fight.. but.. Id love to do the same thing with a light wt rod like a 2 or 3 wt rod.. then it would be a blast.. especially if I happen to hook into a larger fish like MacLarry did this past summer when he caught a decent size lmb that I would say was about 10" long and a pound or just under..
look at it this way.. the fish wont be looking at the color of your reel...LOL
Lol well its not Barbi pink but that's my trend i use to have a salmon colored jet boat so maybe we will call it anodized salmon flash lol Just wait those fish are going to say wow look at that reel that's pimp i cant wait to be caught by that