FS 3 old glass rods and a Riverbeast

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Cleaning out my rod quiver, time to let a few of these go to someone else!

Scott F80/5 - $SOLD
Early Scott San Francisco F80/5 Brown glass (8' 6wt, 5 pc), with the original 'Scott PowR-Ply San Francisco' aluminum tube and green sock. The serial # and color places it around '78-'81. The cork has some darkening and a few dents, but the guides and wraps all look good, with just a couple of imperfections in the rod coating.
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Abercrombie & Fitch "Banty" - $80
Mid-1960's 2-piece glass spinning rod with original tube and sock. Marked Abercrombie & Fitch "Banty" 1 0z. Spin. Assembled rod is a mere 48"! I think I have the original reel that came with it, if you're interested (it's a spinning reel - also marked A&F). A small fly reel should fit on the cork handle. Awesome flex all the way down to the handle.
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Wright & McGill Trimpact - $20
3 piece 8 1/2 ft. glass rod. It feels like a 6 or 7 weight rod. Reel seat is interesting - it locks up from the base of the rod. Rod tube is included but it's a possibly homemade duct-tape wrapped cardboard deal.
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Riverbeast 9' 6 wt - $30
Bought this off of eBay a while ago from a now-defunct rod company. It's been my backup rod and has caught fish. The tube alone is probably $20.
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PM me with questions, thanks for looking!

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