6' 6 weight bamboo

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  1. Loteck Joe

    Loteck Joe Over The Hill Gang Member

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    I built this rod from the tip section and the mid section of unknown origin. It was a 9' 9 or 10 weight and turned into a great casting 6 weight. It has an REC, teak insert, down locking cap & ring reel seat with black hardware. The guides and tip top are oversized black snakes. The ferrule has a friendly pop when separated. The wraps are Gudebrod Chestnut with black tipping. Includes sock (made by me) but no tube. The reel is not included. I need $100 + $15 for shipping and insurance. Please send me a PM if interested or email lotechjoe at hotmail dot com.
    Thanks for looking. The rod casts great.

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    Very Nice, Good Job!
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    Thank you for the kind words Gregory. It's a fun rod to catch a fish on too. I Christened it with 10 cutthroat out of Marshall Lake last summer.
     
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    I can't believe nobody is interested yet. It was a 6 foot, 6 weight bamboo that Lee Wulff used for Atlantic Salmon. His was a one piece however. The ferrules, guides, grip and reel seat alone cost more than what I'm asking. This is one fun rod to catch fish with.
     
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    Admin,
    Please pull this ad. I just got the rod out and looked at it again. I can't believer I was going to sell it for $100. :eek::eek::eek: Foolish me.
    Thanks,
     
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