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5 months ago
Butch Cross
Thanks for the replies, customer has decided to get something different since this is for his wife. Thanks again for the replies.
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5 months ago
Butch Cross
Has anyone built a rod where the primary use was to cast umbrella rigs. Thanks
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8 months ago
Butch Cross
Kevin Bogan Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Butch, the SWB 80 ML might be one of the best all > purpose blanks on the planet. Good price point as > well. Thanks Kevin, have you built any rods on using this blank, If so what were/are your thoughts, specifically flex. I built a rod on a different mod-fast, med-hvy blank and don’t like the flex in
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8 months ago
Butch Cross
James Taylor Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Those two are our typical recommendation for > catfish blanks, though since you're throwing a > little on the heavier side I'd recommend the > RCLB79ML James how much flex does the RCLB blank have, since it’s extra fast action is it going to be in the very upper half of the blank? Thanks, Butch
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8 months ago
Butch Cross
Has anyone built a rod using either of these blanks for catfish. Need to build several, main use will be open lake, casting 2 to 3 ounce sinkers plus bait, 20lb,or 25lb mono. Fish average 7lb to 15lb, with the occasional 15 plus.
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8 months ago
Butch Cross
James Taylor Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We have a few options with our RainShadow blanks. > RCLB79ML – slimmer than glass with graphite and > an e-glass tip - > > 6eglass-live-bait/ > > SWB80ML – This is our typical all E-glass blank > that we recommend - > > lass-multipurpose-saltwaterblanks/ > > SW966 &am
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8 months ago
Butch Cross
Thanks everyone for all the great info, the marking pencil has been retired. Have a sharpie and tape ready to go for the next build. Had some citrus cleaner for the boat that seemed to do the trick on getting rid of the residual. Butch
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8 months ago
Butch Cross
John, I’m using a white marking pencil. The alcohol does seem to clean it, at least from what I can see. I’ve gone back and cleaned everything again and it almost looks like a stain in the rod finish. Never had this happen before. Will look at using something else for future builds. Thanks for the reply. Thanks Butch Cross
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8 months ago
Butch Cross
Started to apply epoxy on thread last night and noticed where I marked the spine the residual from the mark is bleeding thru or showing. I cleaned all my marks rubbing thread across them first and then wiping with alcohol. I don’t see anything where I marked guide placement but now concerned that there’s still some residual left on the blank. This is the first matte blank that I’ve used is there
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