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Old 08-12-2008, 10:06 AM
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Nicks & Scratches

I recently broke my favorite striper rod (Redington DFR) that I'm sure a new replacement will not be available for.

I have a bead on a pair of rods, 10 & 12 wieght, for short money but both have what I think are superficial nicks/scratches.

Any suggestions for treating the blemishes to eliminate possible stress risers. I was thinking a coat of rod builders epoxy.
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