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  1. At the time when I bought it at Cabela’s in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, I asked the sales rep there who makes the anniversary fly rods? He said that all of the 50th anniversary fly rods are St. Croix Imperial blanks. Since I have many fly rods I’ve only use this anniversary special Rod 3 or 4 times that I can remember. Its in near perfect condition except for a really small mark at the real seat. Includes a very nice rod tube that’ll be shipped UPS. $230 TYD PayPal Lower 48
  2. I have an Orvis Saltrodder fly rod, 9 foot 2 piece for a 7 wt. great condition, with Original Cordura case and sock, $170.00 shipped in the USA,
  3. Would it be ok if I used 8 weight fly line on my 9 weight rod for striper? Would that work?
  4. Made this for my brother who lives in Colorado. He wanted a 9' 3 wt and Mudhole had the OEM 9' 3 wt blanks on sale. The reel seat is a stock type up locking that I happen to have a few of and they weight less than an ounce. The guides are Fuji KW 10 Alconite with SS frame and SS Black painted framed (BLAG) Alconite 7mm transition guide and the rest 5.5mm running guides and 6mm tip top, all Alconite ceramic rings. The grip is a half wells and the thread is Fishawk black and Pac Bay metallic Red.
  5. This is a Fly Rod I recently finished that I made for my Christmas present. I have a BVK that I had done in a 5 wt but it felt a little too stiff and more like a 6 wt so I made this Mangrove that is not quite as stiff as the BVK. The set up is a REC reel seat with a natural cork half Wells grip. The thread is a variegated yellow orange Fish Hawk with Gudebrod metallic gold accents. The guides are Fuji KW 12mm Ti frame, a 8mm BLAG and 10 6mm BLAG running guides. The tip is an Alconite black SS frame with a 6mm ring. It cast a WF 5 F trout line pretty good that is just a regular cold water line and not a half size larger. The thread was a good match but after I got it finished it looked a little like band aids. Oh well it cast good.
  6. Up for sale is my Scott Tidal 9 wt rod. This rod is in really good condition only really used a handful of times. It has landed a couple snook one pompano and a couple carp. The rod is clean so is the cork. Comes with cloth bag and Scott rod case. The rod retails for 475 plus tax and shipping. I am asking 399.99 shipped with insurance to your door in the lower 48. I will pay the PayPal fee too. This is a great easy loading saltwater rod. Perfect for a beginner or someone who needs a rod to load easy and generate high line speed without having to use so much power. It's got plenty of backbone for lifting big fish too. I have too much gear and am buying a house so I need to sell off some gear only reason I'm selling.
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