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Old 08-05-2003, 01:07 PM
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Real Deals That Are Considered Steals

RODS - 10ft 7/8wt Used one time on a trip... I have no use for it anymore. It is a great steelhead/salmon rod. An advanced combination of craftsmanship and performance, the Diamondback All-American™ Series is a unique, American-made fly rod that emphasizes quality as much as affordability. Crafted from blanks made in our Vermont factory, these medium-fast action rods are easy loading for smooth short casts, yet still retain plenty of power when you need to reach out further and deliver your fly on target. Designed with a taper to suit most any level of angler, the Diamondback All-American Series features hard chrome stainless steel guides and an anodized aluminum reel seat for years of trouble-free performance. This rod retails for $200. It is built just for steelhead and salmonn fishing for the great lakes. It has an unconditional lifetime no questions asked warranty.
Redington Spey Rod Used 2 times Great for steelhead and salmon especially in the Great Lakes. Fast action, Fugi guides, nicely colored blue finish. Highly scratch resistant reel seat. It is a great spey rod for the money. Comes with codura rod tube. It retails for $255.

I am asking $230 o.b.o. This rods value has not gone down at all. It is great for the money. I am emptying the bank and getting a Loop!!

BOOTS - I bought them and never used them. They are still in the packaging. Can be used for wading rivers, flats, etc. Introduced last year, our Flats Sneaker fast became "the choice" of saltwater anglers and professional guides.
-Heavy-duty urethane quarter panels resist urchin punctures
-Neoprene gasket collar seals out debris
-Tough rubber toe and heel resist abrasion from rocks and coral
-Non-marking sole for great traction in the water and on deck

They retail for $100. I am asking $80 O.B.O.

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