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Old 08-29-2010, 01:23 PM
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Default WTB Scott G rods in light weights

Will pay top dollar for G series fly rods. prefer 2 3 4 5 wts. in 7 to 9 ft. Like 3 piece best.

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Default Re: WTB Scott G rods in light weights

Define top dollar.
I have a 6' 10", 3 weight 'G' sitting in the tube.
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Default Re: WTB Scott G rods in light weights

You might try tradenstuff.com

He has several Scott G rods in 3wt
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Default Re: WTB Scott G rods in light weights

Thanks for the replies! Jackster the 3 wt sounds interesting. Without having cast it I bet a 2 wt in that length would be just right and I would pay $400 for a 2 wt that short. I was hoping for an 843/3 or 883. Maybe you could tell me more about where you like to use your 3 wt. rod. I don't think i would pay as much for it.

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