Cheep Spey Rod

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  1. Flip

    Flip The dumb kid

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    St. Croix 13' 7/8 WT custom made.

    never really used it, i think i tried it once and didnt like it. was given to me by a former member when he moved. he made it, and never once used it. beautiful rod, brown blank with gold components, classic twist gold/brown thread. great job on the wraps as well, prolly better than i could do. Looking for 75$ or reasonable trade. Lake stevens area.

    could be talked into meeting up on the stilly system for some fishin/transaction.

    BRAND NEW for 75! only used once.
    comes with hard case in green or burgandy ( your choice)

    :beer2:
    Email: halo69@gmail.com
     
  2. speyflyfisher

    speyflyfisher Member

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    I am interested.
    Sent you an email
    speyflyfisher
     
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    if he doent i want it
     
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    spey fly New Member

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    Have you sold the rod yet? I live in Stanwood and could meet you anytime after five.
     
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    Flip The dumb kid

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    i went cheep and it went fast, cash was in hand less than 12 hours after posting. prolly coulda gotten more, didnt. oh well. :beer2:
     
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    I found this to be a nice rod for pinks. I used it on the Skagit during the last two humpy runs there.
    I do advise that if you go with the Rio Windcutter, that you consider/test the 8/9 line rather than the 7/8 line. I think that most rod builders would rate it as an 8/9. The 7/8 did not really flex the rod.

    Don
     
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