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Found 5 results

  1. Looking to sell a custom Rodgeeks XComp 804 wrapped last winter with Fuji Corrosion Control (CC) KW and KB/KT Alconite guides. It's acid wrapped and great for throwing 1.5-4oz plugs for stripers. I just built too many rods over the winter and need to think the herd. Local pick up only as its a 1-piece. Color is Light Green metallic with cork split grips. Can meet near Merrimac, MA or West Yarmouth, MA. $235
  2. Rodgeeks xcomp803. teh black, gray ,light gray faded grip done at billy40's , scales wrap down with billy40 shaded pack, guides are some fuji tkwag's, guide wraps are fuji light gray,gray and black (good match to the eva). built this rod for the NC show but still havent finished it, need to do the fade on the split grip. will get to it during the lockdown.
  3. Definitely have to much inventory in stock but it comes in handy. was able to build a couple freshwater setups and get some fishing done with my son. here are some Fuji KL-H kr setups on a st croix and some rodgeeks blanks. Love these setups
  4. For sale is a brand new never fished RodGeeks XC732 spinner. Made by Ralph Scaglione. Cut from the bottom to 6’10. Cork grip. K guides. Awesome rod for stripers and blues. Tog in the fall as well. $400 or best offer picked up in Queens/Nassau Reel not included.
  5. As the title states, I need a blank to have a rod made with that will work well with the Accurate BV-300 (being fished with 30lb braid for use with fluke stripers and tog) in terms of proportion. It is a small reel but I am committed to it and do not want to use a thin nano carbon blank with it. I have the United Composites CE700L and M. I love these rods but they are a bit too thick to use with this reel. Also, the L can hold up to 12oz of lead without being stressed and without the rod tip being too sloppy which makes it the benchmark for me as an all around inshore rod. Seeker inshore lite. I've seen them built and used with the BV-300. I've tugged on it and do like it. My concerns are those days when I'm fishing montauk and I need more than 8oz. I've heard 10oz as the upper limit but feel i'll run into many situations where it isn't enough. I could use 20lb braid to keep the drag down but I think I'll run into trouble with stripers and blues. I do like the tip on it. Also not sloppy and while it shuts off a bit sooner than the CE, still a nice bend to it. Thinner butt diameter. Maybe there's a way to modify the tip to handle more lead without ruining its action? RodGeeks XC733/734. I've tugged on these before. I felt that the tip was much softer/sloppier than the two above. I've learned a bit more about fishing and fishing braid since I first saw them. I would give them another look if they could fill the role I need for them. Also a thinner butt diameter than the CE. I think the 733 falls more inline with the inshore lite, which brings me to the 734. Would this be too stiff a rod? Would it work well with the BV? Opinions please. And @Billy 40 since you've worked with all three (I know your preference), please let me know what you think in relation to my criteria. Thank you