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12-28-2003 04:29 PM
SDHflyfisher i haven't had a chance to cast it yet hopefully by the first i'll have some line
built it on a cabelas IM7 blank i bought the kit and everything came with it
guide wraps are green gold on the hook keeper
brow on the ferrules

thanks
12-28-2003 03:16 PM
flyfisha1 Very nice job, particularly the wraps. This is the area where the learning curve can be quite gradual on the first few rods for many people. Yours look very nice!
12-28-2003 02:44 PM
JimW Nice work that reel seat looks real good. Have you gotten a chance to cast it yet? What blank did you build it on? I got a great deal of satisfaction building my rods.
12-28-2003 12:56 PM
SDHflyfisher reel seat
12-28-2003 12:54 PM
SDHflyfisher more
12-28-2003 12:53 PM
SDHflyfisher
2 Wt

finished product of my first build

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