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5S70MHF-G nearly complete ~ New project: BAIT CAST rod? ~ 3-21-13

I think this rod came out pretty good..- It feels like it will survive
All wrapped - poplar butt end on - cork sealed -
ready for epoxy this weekend..

test @ the Lake too....
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decided I need to build a Baitcasting rod for weakfishing.
I hate the trigger rods..
I might just mod and old Jarvis gold to start...just have to change the guides on a blown out rod..

Researching reels as well...$100-$300...I need one with syronized Levelwind as the Okuma Halogen is not and it make a huge annoying difference..
around 12 oz or less and a Power handle is a must as well..

St. Croix TIC70MHF Tidemaster Inshore Casting Rod:

Length: 7'0"
Pieces: 1
Line Weight: 10 - 20 lbs.
Lure Weight: 1/2 - 1 1/4 oz.
Action: Fast
Power: Medium Heavy



•Premium quality SCII graphite.
•Outstanding strength, sensitivity and hook-setting power.
•Designed specifically for inshore saltwater angling.
•Batson Forecast® hard aluminum-oxide guides with 316 stainles-steel frames for dramatically improved corrosion resistance compared to 304 stainless-steel frames.
•Fuji® DPS reel seat/frosted silver hoods on spinning models.
•Fuji® ECS or TCS reel seat/frosted silver hood on casting models.
•Premium-grade cork handle.
•Two coats of Flex Coat slow-cure finish.
•5-year warranty backed by unmatched St. Croix service.
•Designed and handcrafted in Park Falls, U.S.A.




pd

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