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Old 06-23-2005, 12:44 PM
Steve_sullivan Steve_sullivan is offline
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Pac Bay components for a winston 2bx?

A friend is building 2 rods for me on winston 2bx blanks, a 8 foot 4 weight light trout rod and a 9 foot 8 weight steelhead/salmon rod (freshwater).

I have never built a rod and have no clue about components. The blank is the 2bx greenish color.
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