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    Default Re: How do the different warrenties stack up?

    Quote Originally Posted by GRN View Post
    St. Croix didn't offer that much margin when we carried them... but you may also be in a different volume/pricing bracket than we were. We don't see that kind of margin in any of the rod and reel lines we carry.
    I work at Cabela's but we have to sell them for the list price of $470, older stock we can discount. My pro-deal with St. Croix through work gets me rods from St. Croix cheaper.

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    Default Re: How do the different warrenties stack up?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeG View Post
    I work at Cabela's but we have to sell them for the list price of $470, older stock we can discount. My pro-deal with St. Croix through work gets me rods from St. Croix cheaper.
    What I meant was cost, not retail... in which case given your volume you're in the lowest wholesale cost bracket without a doubt. We were in the highest. Pro deals rule, we had a special with Sage last year = to 33% of retail, well below wholesale or the standard pro deal.
    ... But a lifelong journey.

    I choose fly rods the same way I do women, motorcycles, and cowboy boots...
    go with what ever feels good, and keep on hand as many as I can afford

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    Default Re: How do the different warrenties stack up?

    I agree, pro deals do rule. Having one with Sage, Ross, St. Croix is really good.

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