fiberglass candy for fiberglass love

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  1. yuhina

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    bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    Thanks for posting Mark. Cameron has a cool website going....and those Kabuto rods are so cool looking. I know a forum member that has a lemon drop rod (by Fred Paddock) on order and I can't wait to see it.
     
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    Hey Lonnie,

    I have heard the bending profile are more like the old winston, smooth casting as well. It seems Cameron rank the 8' 5wt more than anything else on the market... I am intrigued for sure...
    I really love the blank color. I think FP has some great blanks too! If you can make him post some photos that would be awesome!

    Mark
     
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    I have a clear white blanks and a Lemke reel seat that I'm going to have built up. It's the 8' 5wt. Can't wait!!!!!!!!!
     
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    bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    Mark, I don't think it will take much convincing to get him to share a photo or two when his rod is completed and in hand. :thumb:
     
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    bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    I'll be very curious to see that completed, John. Lot's of possibilities with a clear white blank. Got any color schemes in mind?
     
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    While looking at those AWESOME glass, why not vote .....like for Alan Tomich ;-)
     
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    awesome!! Thanks!

    That Alan bastard is another crazy/amazing rod builder! still remember his awesome rattan handle! post some photos and I will give him a vote! HA...
    Mark
     
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    Love Kab's work. Good post Mark.
     
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    Great site. I just lost 30 mins looking at pics and drooling.
     
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    Looking at silk in real light green. Something like that. I'm going to have JP Ross rods do the build. I have had 4 of his rods and he does great work. When it is done I will try to get pictures on the site. Thanks
     
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    That's great John, I am looking forward to see the photos!
     
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    MR. MOJO

    You are a great builder yourself ... so don't be shy!
    we will love to see your unique works!!! : )

    Mark
     

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