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Default Re: Let's Build a Rod Together

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Originally Posted by Frank Whiton View Post
I am not sure if Auntie Em and Diver Dan are going to make a rod or just help.
I can build one for photos of the steps if we need to. I was planning to build a 12 wt. and another spey rod anyway. Something in the 16 or 17 foot long zone for the long belly lines. I turn my own grips in case anyone wants to do that also. Not the cheapest way to go though.

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Originally Posted by webrx View Post
All, I have never built a rod, but am possibly interested in giving it a whirl. Been thinking about buying a 10 ft 7/8 weight for pyramid lake fishing, not sure it would be any cheaper to build one, but then it wouild be a little more personal maybe. Or would this be a bad idea for a first rod build?

Dave
Not a bad idea. It's not going to be any harder than any other fly rod. Longer just means more guides, and once you do one....
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