WTT winston biiix 9'6 7wt for similar 4 wt

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  1. mx610ktm

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    I have a 7 wt I never use. I would like to trade for a 4 wt or possibly 3 wt winston. The rod has a konic reel with a couple of spools.the reel Definately isn't as high quality as the rod but it works well as a combo. Would like a reel on the4wt. Let me know if your interested. Would also consider selling. 500
     
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    How about a Loomis GLX HLS. 9ft long, 4-piece, 4wt, brand new and never fished (label still on handle).

    Also a Lamson Litespeed 1.5 (gen1) reel in blue smoke colour, loaded with a DT4 line.

    I can send you pics if interested.
     
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    How about a new-in-tube Winston Biix 10ft 4wt, with warrantee card?

    Thanks,
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  4. Jeff Dodd

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    I'm not sure if you are looking for a Winston rod only?

    I have a used Sage XP 4piece 4wt and Ross rhythm I would trade.
     
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    How about a near mint Winston 8'6" BIIx 4wt?

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    would prefer keeping it in the northwest and a face to face trade. have a meeting in the works. thanks for all who have responded, a lot of great rods
     
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