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8 years ago
Bob McKamey
Our inventory at Mud Hole Custom Tackle indicates that we have several of the MB84-1E in honey color.
Forum: rodboard
8 years ago
Bob McKamey
Lorenzo is correct. It is just slightly larger than size A.
Forum: rodboard
8 years ago
Bob McKamey
Just my personal opinion, the SJ843-MHX blanks is one of the most versatile blanks going, as suggested by Matthew. The P904-MHX that Bob suggested is a great blank as well. The Sj843-MHX can be used for lures, plugs, jigs and bait. It has just enough tip to cast and combined with a powerful mid and butt section for fish fighting. I do understand that you said it was a "Gift" and too
Forum: rodboard
8 years ago
Bob McKamey
244. Re: decal
Jim Mowl -- If you place a piece of clear tape over the decal and allow the length of the tape to extend beyond each side of the decal by a inch, you will have a system that allows you to handle the decal without fingerprints. Hold the ends of the clear tape with your left and right hand, place the decal on the rod, rub it down well and remove the clear tape.
Forum: rodboard
8 years ago
Bob McKamey
Well Tom, I really can't make a direct comparison, since we do not have a IP840. I can tell you this, for the most part, true popping blanks are moderate to mod/fast and our SJ8600 is a fast action blank. Bob McKamey Mud Hole Custom Tackle bobm@mudhole.com
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8 years ago
Bob McKamey
The MHX blanks that Brook mentions are 7 ft models. As another alternative for a even a lighter Spin Jig model, that will be faster than a popping blank, is our SJ8600-MHX. It is actually 7'-2" and if your customer did not want to leave it at that length, you could take 2" off the butt. Bob McKamey Mud Hole Custom Tackle bobm@mudho&#
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