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    Quote Originally Posted by rs2ford View Post
    What a knob.
    Expeted that responce .Didnt mean to offend you.
    Last edited by DONDEE; 18-06-2017 at 09:09 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DONDEE View Post
    Expeted that responce .Didnt mean to offend you.
    No problem DONDEE.
    Tight lines.

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    Thanks

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    Rod still available. As new condition.
    Cheers Diarmid.

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    Shooting heads on 50 gram or longer shooting heads on 16m/55 gram will be very good on that rod (the older version)
    The version II will take lower weights (42-46 grams) as the action is more through the blank.

    This first version made top score in an Norwegian test just made by Oystein Aas. He actually did not like the new version but prefered the first version - so if you need a rod for the bit heavier work (sunkline) go for this rod !

    Good luck with the sale.

    Might ADD I do not know the seller.

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