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23 days ago
Glenn McMurrian
I just like glass for my larger crank baits.
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26 days ago
Glenn McMurrian
I am going to be building a flipping stick and want to use glass but is there any difference between a Extra Heavy one piece glass flipping stick and a one piece Extra Heavy glass casting blank it does not need to be a telescoping blank. any other suggestions I need both heavy and extra heavy blank suggestions
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30 days ago
Glenn McMurrian
Thanks I will have to order a new one.
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4 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
Any good reason why the microwave guide set comes with with a ring size 5 but the tip-top that goes with the microwave guide set only comes in a size 4 .
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4 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
Thanks Tom I am doing a little snooping around the ,Net, looking for old Gudebrod Thead and thought that I might as well look for that CP at the same time and I second your statment that that was some good stuff it give off great shine to the thread much better then what we have today. Thanks tom
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4 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
I forget who it was but they made a clear CP in the 80's and thay went out of bussiines it was a brown rootbeer glass bottle with a brush atatched to the lid so does anybody remember the brand name or maker. Thanks Guys
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5 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
Any recommendation on a good fly blank to make a spinning rod out of it needs to be 7 foot and have the correct power and rating to cast 1/8 oz and lighter baits.
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5 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
Need information onFenwick GFS962 HMG Graphite Telescopic type blank. Please help
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5 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
Has anybody ever used the Gudebrod sewing thried for your wraps in place of the Gudebrod rod wrapping thried and do the colors match the same.
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7 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
Drew Pollock Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'm going to say the best color preserver is NO > color preserver. The finish soaks into the > threads way better without it. It's a more subtle > look without color preserver, but it's a better > rod. There are many who will not have this > opinion but try it for yourself and decide. Color
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7 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
Who makes the best Color Preserver as the best color that I can get.
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7 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
Has anybody ever used a UV black light to dry epoxy or Permagloss.
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7 weeks ago
Glenn McMurrian
I have put other brands of epoxy over flex coat after ten years of being in the sun and water with no problem and it always dries and looks like new again. I hope this helps and I hope I am understanding you right it should not be a problem at all good luck.
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2 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
You used Flex-Coat it does that and it does not like rod stress but you can simple give it a lite sanding and re-coat it to finish over those cracks.
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2 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
Randy Kruger Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The American Tackle Bushido 69/4-10 drop shot > blank is a great choice. Set us as either > Spinning or Casting will work, but usually > spinning is good. Drop Shot fishing usually does > not require long cast, more of a dragging the bait > along the bottom kind of fishing, but it does > re
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2 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
The Tru-oil sounds good I have used linseed oil before and it worked good.
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2 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
My luck with Permagloss never did change and I live in Oregon and the weather is perfect for Permagloss to dry in as it is humid and rainy just about everyday so why it does not want to dry is beyond me. I have used at least 8 different bottle and from other sellers with the same bad luck ever time I try. Lynn if you remember back in the 80’s there was a article in the rod builders guild on Perm
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2 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
Is there anything else that can be used to protect my cork handles because the cork seal on my rods tend to peel after being in the sun and fished for awhile.
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2 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
Never re-coat over a tacky finish as the second coat will dry soft and tacky also.
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2 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
I find it easiest to just line my wraps up by eye and make my final adjustment with a simple grip and twist of the wrap and all Get’s lined perfectly a and it does not hurt the wrap.
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3 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
Over and over again how do you get the brown out of epoxy.
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3 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
Is there any other cleaner that will clean Perma Gloss off of brushes other then the cleaner that Perma Gloss sells. I have tried everything from 100% D A to epoxy cleaner and everything but the Puma Gross cleaner seem to leave a tacky residue on the brush.
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3 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
I take the measurements from the back at where the reel sear bumps up to your handle since the widest suction of the blank is at that point of a blank.
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4 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
To stop any un wanted effects on my decals I always place a piece of clear scotch tape over my decals before Applying any finish and once it is dry the tape will be invisible and you will get a perfect looking decal on your rod with no ink runs or bad effects at all.
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4 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
David Baylor Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A casting rod would be a very poor choice for a > drop shot with the size weights being mentioned. > Especially in current. There are certainly casting > reels that can handle the kind of weights being > mentioned, but in current and with a drop shot rig > in general, you want line to play out e
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4 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
What is a good setup for drop shot fishing in river current they will be using 1/8 oz to 1/4 oz with 8 lb to 10 lb test line in the 6.8 to 7 ft range casting rod and used for drop shot worms.
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4 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
How good are the old Intermediate Modulus graphite blanks or should I just pass on them and with a better blank.
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4 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
Has anyone used the Bushido Popping/Crank Bait Rod Blank CB72/12-25 and how did you like them or are the MHX Elite blanks a better choice for a crank bait rod and it will be used in river current. Casting 14 lb to 20 lb 1/4 oz to 1/2 oz Spinner baits. 1/4 med and some deep running Cranks Baits. 7 ft to 7’2 ft length
Forum: rodboard
4 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
I use my thumbnail as I wrap also and I have never had a problem.
Forum: rodboard
6 months ago
Glenn McMurrian
I am going to try setting up a Micro Wave Guide lay out on a 7ft med/hvy med fast action casting rod with the guides on top so does any have a good layout system for this type of setup.
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