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3 or 4 piece rod
Posted by: Harris Welch (---.tnt6.orl1.da.uu.net)
Date: June 21, 2001 10:20PM

I've looked through the old messages for something that might not exist. Basically I'm looking for a 3 or 4 piece rod for a bait casting reel. I've searched online for awhile now and can't seem to get anywhere with the searches. Is there a "factory" rod that exists in a 3 to 4 piece configuration? If not how much would it cost to have one made? Is this even feasible? If it makes any difference I use a 30# spider line. Just to satisfy anyones curiosity why I'm looking for this particular beast, it's because I do a lot of hunting and most of my hunting grounds takes me by ponds, lakes, and rivers. During the middle of the day when I take my break and nap it'd be nice to have a rod and reel that doesn't get caught on the underbrush too badly so that I can at least attempt to catch some fish.

Thanking you in advance,
Harris Welch

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Re: 3 or 4 piece rod
Posted by: Todd Vivian (---.portland-13-14rs.or.dial-access.att.net)
Date: June 21, 2001 11:42PM

Harris, here at Lamiglas we will have a three piece 30lb conventional 7' long and a 20lb spin and conventional. They should be available by Mid july

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Re: 3 or 4 piece rod
Posted by: John Britt (---.tampabay.rr.com)
Date: June 22, 2001 08:04AM

See Todd I told you people are interested in heavier multi piece blanks,was glad when you told me they were already in the works
John

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Re: 3 or 4 piece rod
Posted by: Todd (---.vanc6.pacifier.com)
Date: June 22, 2001 12:19PM

Actually John, the blanks have been available since last August. It's just the rods that we are adding to our product line this year. But you are correct, your input is valued.

Todd

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