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Lamiglas BT963M Honey

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I recently finished up this rod. It is a Lamiglas BT963M honey with 5" cut from the tip. Handle was randomly composed of different material rings I had around. I wasn't sure how I'd like it but after turning it I think it came out good. There are rings of dark mix burl cork, light mix burl cork, regular burl cork, purple dyed box elder, blue dyed box elder, amboyna burl, afzelia burl, ebony, and holly, along with birch bark rings. Reel seat is a black Matagi with chrome hoods. Guides are Fuji CMNAG wrapped with black under and 206 garnet over with silver trim. I did a feather inlay above the foregrip with jungle cock feathers in a starburst pattern. I saw this in a picture somewhere and want to give credit to who came up with it first but cannot remember who did it. I want to say I think it was Mark Fisher but I am not sure. I apologize if it was not Mark. I want to give credit where it is due.[img=a><a href=[img=http://www.stripersonline.com/image/id/2602166/width/600/height/450]http://www.stripersonline.com/image/id/2602168/width/600/height/450' alt='450'>

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That's beautiful! If it's for you, that thing is a tog killing machine. I can't [put it down its my new favorite rod and that saying something as my other rod has been in use for 21 years and still going. :)

 

 

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