If you find them make sure a warrantee comes with them. I am still waiting for Cape Fear to replace the blank they accepted before they went out of business. My customer will NEVER get a replacement from Cape Fear.
Someone on this board suggested E-Bay to me about 8 months ago. I really wasn't familiar with the mechanics of the system at the time but my daughter was and offered her assistance. About 3 months after monitoring the sight bingo!
Give it a shot I was pleased with my almost new Cape Fear rod.
last year i found a guy who had a few cape fear blanks for best offer i offered him 30.00 apeice he told me to go pi$$ off that it was a insult they were worth 6 times that and i reminded him there not worth anything without the warrantee if they pop which i understand they like to do he kept them
Those blanks are worth six times what you offered with or without the warranty. And they are not prone to breakage in my experience. If anythingt hey break because of misuse or from the large fish they cathc
For your info. Early Cape Fears could break if you twisted the eva butt grip after installing it, as in stretching it out after it compressed installing it. This is a fact! How many models were affected I do not know. Eventually they added more material in the butt area.
Cape Fear blanks have great strenght longitudinally but not tolerate to being twisted.
This I know I will do my best NEVER to wrap a Cape Fear blank again. They didn't even acknowledge the arrival of the broken rod I sent them for a customer. Someone did sign for the blank.
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