|02-16-2005 11:54 PM|
|flytyer||Lamiglas has them in 6'6", 7', 7'6" and 8' in both 2 and 3 piece models, and they retail for less than $75.00.|
|02-16-2005 04:35 PM|
I would consider the Diamondglass rod by Diamondback 1st. Blank $147.
Then Steffens. Blank $120
Lamiglas blanks, may have been discontinued?
There are others, but these are the ones that will sell you a blank.
|02-12-2005 07:16 PM|
Steffen Brothers are generally considered to be the best fiberglass rods currently made (steffenbrothersflyrods.com). The quality is outstanding and the price is very reasonable, about $120. There have been several discussions about their rods on Clark's Fiberglass Rod forum (http://p205.ezboard.com/bglassflyrodshopforum), which is where I learned about them (No financial interest.)
I hope this helps. Good luck.
|01-01-2003 10:19 PM|
Lamiglass makes a good selection for very reasonable prices. Anglers Workshop in WA has all of them in stock.
You will be paying serious $ for Winston, Scott and the major manuf. brands.
I like the 6'6" 3wt for small streams and bluegills.
|01-01-2003 03:58 AM|
|tonyd||There are several companies offereing excellent modern age fiberglass flyrods these days.Winston,Diamondback,Scott,and Lamiglass are but a few.All of these are top of the line rods.I'm not 100% sure which offer them as blanks though.|
|01-01-2003 02:37 AM|
fiberglass fly rod blanks
Who makes a good fiberglass fly rod blank?
I want to make a fiberglass fly rod before summer rolls around, any recomendations?
I have 3 graphite rods and I want to try my hand at rod building.