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10-09-2006 02:40 PM
Sean Juan That switch rod does look interesting, especially since I do a lot of yak fishing.

Hope a lot of these rods make the rounds come show season.
09-23-2006 01:09 PM
Eddie ...that being the case I would recomend also checking out a switch rod by Beulah (do a web search). They make 10.5' switch rods that might fit your needs.
09-19-2006 02:53 PM
juro cndspeyusa dot com

(not currently a sponsor)
09-19-2006 02:24 PM
Sean Juan
CND Website

Looking for more info on CND rods and tried the website - 99% sure that my next rod will be a two hander 10wt is just too heavy for my busted up elbow - Cndspey.com appears to be down. Also tried the sponser link same result.

Anyone know a different address?

Thanks

Sean

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