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blanks from a NJ store?

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Anyone know of a NJ brick and mortar where I can go and fondle some blanks?

 

I want some inshore fluking rods of various actions- though not quite sure of the sizes.

 

I would love to waggle a few and maybe save on shipping to boot!

 

PM me if the Boss frowns on store mentions.

 

Oh ya, Ocean County would be nice!

 

Thanks

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Is Brielle the same as Bogans? I'm pretty sure Bogans has a few Rainshadow blanks suitable for FLuking.

 

What are you looking for, I know a couple of people who have "excess" Fluke blanks they are looking to sell. Not me.

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What are you looking for,.

 

Since I'm an utter novice at building,for now I'm lookin' for cheap wink.gif

 

Maybe some 7 footers at around 1-4 oz. (not sure, but based on a muskie rod that I used offshore, that's where I'll start)

 

And since this is more of a lesson in wrapping, maybe 30-40 bucks a blank? (comparing it to Cabela's catalog).

 

Blems would be super cool.gif

 

Billy- PM me yer connection.... wink.gif

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Maybe some 7 footers at around 1-4 oz. (not sure, but based on a muskie rod that I used offshore, that's where I'll start)

 

And since this is more of a lesson in wrapping, maybe 30-40 bucks a blank? (comparing it to Cabela's catalog).

 

In Brielle I know that they carry American Tackle graphite and fiberglass blanks. The 701H graphite is in the weight and price range your looking for.

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Zuma - PM Paul. THe IMC78 or 80H he has is an awesome 2-6oz rod, 1oz is a bit on teh light side. I don't think he has blems, and I don't know what he wants for the blanks. I do know when the blanks were in production, they retailed for around $100.

 

THe AMtak's have a great selection of blanks as well, I'm not familiar with them, but they should be right in your price range as well.

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