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Old 01-26-2007, 10:54 AM
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Default Re: learning rod

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Originally Posted by Frank Whiton View Post
Wait a minute, who sells their old rods, LOL? I have never sold a rod, they are like children or old friends. I kept ever the ones that are terriable to use or cast. Now, I have gave one away to my son but he had to qualify as an adoptive parant. Frank

I kept ever the ones that are terriable to use or cast. How are you going to sell those! LOL
I have sold several of the rods I just don't use much anymore. Basically cause they are fantastic rods and someone should use them.
But, I don't have any inexpensive gear so to speak.
I have sold a Power Matrix and a Trout Bum, plus the Sage I started on and that Pflueger is long gone.
I gave my sister in law my custom built Silver Label 6wt. and my Trident TLS 4wt to my niece, both with the intentions of getting them interested in Fly Fishing. Don't know if that worked. I also gave my Nephew a Trident 10' 8wt and a Cabela's Stow-A-Way 4wt in exchange for a log bed.
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