I'm shopping for some new rods this year and in my search I've discovered something I've never heard of before---"spiral wrapped" rods. For those that don't know what it is, it's essentially a rod where the guides are mounted slightly offset to each other the length of the rod so that you end up with a tip-top that's actually upside down.
Has anyone here ever actually fished with one? It's an interesting concept, but I don't entirely "buy" it. There are a number of different YouTube videos touting how much better it is than the conventional rod and a number of rod builders that say how great it is. Just curious if anyone has ever tried one. Here's the website that the picture came from: http://customanglerods.com/index.php...d=58&Itemid=61.