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Keith Collett

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PostSubject: WONTED - A 5' FLY ROD   Thu Dec 04, 2014 8:20 pm

Has any got a 5' fly rod they have got and do not use and wont to flog it to me and will not make me bank maniger cry, need it for light weight ledgering on small rivers,


willing to swoop it for a shakespeare 35fd, with spair spool, used 2 times, won it in a comp, do not like it, prefer me mitchel 300

http://www.fishingmegastore.com/shakespeare-agility-35-fd-reel~21822.html
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PostSubject: Re: WONTED - A 5' FLY ROD   Fri Dec 05, 2014 5:45 am

fly rod
for ledgering? you might not see the bites regestering. lol!
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PostSubject: Re: WONTED - A 5' FLY ROD   Fri Dec 05, 2014 7:01 am

Pop into walton tackle exchange and get a 2nd hand light bomb rod , he had loads in there going cheap . Short and light ideal for small river chub fishing .
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PostSubject: Re: WONTED - A 5' FLY ROD   Fri Dec 05, 2014 8:22 am

William Pettigrew wrote:
fly rod
for ledgering? you might not see the bites regestering. lol!

you get a 2w, 5' fly rod, the tips on them are so slim, smoove, fine, dark and silky to the touch, it just makes your mind blow, it does mine, I could take it to bed with me, just off for a cold shower, Wink , when at the carp show last week and after recovering from seeing reels costing £350 and a landing net going for £150, found a stall that did interest me, Sonik sports, they were selling short drop shot rods and the 1 I fell in love with was the 7' http://www.soniksports.com/lure/lure-rods/1449-sk4xtr-spinning-rods, SK4XTRSP1, I picked her up and held her, i coresest her tip which was so fine, slime and sensitive, it buggers believe, ran my hands up and down her fine blanks, she was begging me to bye her, you could see it in all her eyes, bye me, bye me and I will do as you command, catch you any fish you diseire, my tip is so fine and sensitive, i can fill a fish looking at your bait 6" away, I will never let you down or bump a fish, you will wont another rod again, I just melted in her carbons folds, but alass, i only had £15 on me, so i had to walk away, brocken harted, sad, tears in my eyes, the love of my rod, gone, forever, never to do held her in my hands again Crying or Very sad so if any one has a spair £60 handy, can you get it for me please
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PostSubject: Re: WONTED - A 5' FLY ROD   Fri Dec 05, 2014 8:23 am

Adrian Hoare wrote:
Pop into walton tackle exchange and get a 2nd hand light bomb rod , he had loads in there going cheap . Short and light ideal for small river chub fishing .


cheers


will have a wonder up there today
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PostSubject: Re: WONTED - A 5' FLY ROD   Fri Dec 05, 2014 10:48 am

Hopefully he will have something just right for you . He has allsorts of rods out the back m8 .
Let me know what u find .
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