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09-20-2012, 08:46 PM
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Danglous
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While wooden sticks are cheaper they have a much shorter life span. I used to buy Sherwood wooden sticks. I loved them, but they only lasted me 2 sessions on average before I broke it or the blade started to go. Also keep in mind the stick will not maintain its flex for too long which is why wooden sticks should be replaced fairly often.

Get a cheap ~100 composite that will last you multiple seasons.

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