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Old 04-19-2007, 08:36 PM
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That reel seat is beautiful Joni.

I don't see that series on the site though. I see Vintage, Evo, XPT, Spey, and Small Stream.
z-limit- He's redoing the website right now. The Evloution Series is the GTX series. He sent me the Vintage 3/4w to try. If you remember the older Scott G series, this is an improvment on it. It cast's great with either a 3 or 4w line, but I liked it better with the 4w line. It's definitly a dry fly rod. Deep green like the Evo, and it had a green agate stripping guide on it.
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z-limit- He's redoing the website right now. The Evloution Series is the GTX series. He sent me the Vintage 3/4w to try. If you remember the older Scott G series, this is an improvment on it. It cast's great with either a 3 or 4w line, but I liked it better with the 4w line. It's definitly a dry fly rod. Deep green like the Evo, and it had a green agate stripping guide on it.
Thanks Mojo. I'll check them out.
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Wanna buy a 5w Orvis Power Matrix? I have a tip flex 4pc I'm selling. I haven't used it that much. Warranty is intact and good for 25 years.
I'm going to order a custom McFarland GTX ($600+ with the stuff I want get on it) so I have to sell a couple rods to pay for it. (Also selling an older Scott Eclipse 8' 3w 2pc)
I'll sell the Orvis for $250 + shipping. Rod case included of coarse.
Email me if you're interested.
Alan
Actually it's the Pro Guide. 6 months after the introduction they had to change the name to Power Matrix. Legal stuff it seems. Maybe it's a collectors item. And I forgot to mention it's a 9' 4pc.
Sorry and later,
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