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Post 19 Jan 2021, 15:29 • #1 
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Joined: 01/13/21
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New member from the PNW. I found this site while looking for information on a vintage reel. I have been lurking for awhile and finally decided to take the plunge. I currently have rods Trailmaster spin/fly 4TMU 7 ½ ft and a Trailmaster fly 4 TMF 7 ½ ft and a Blue Diamond 2 pc. Graphite 8 ½ fly BDF7624 8 ½ ft. I am also in the hunt for a Green Hornet. Not a major collector, just enjoy having and using vintage rods and reels. Looking to increase my knowledge. More of a reader than a poster. Not a big internet user so I hope I am doing this correctly. Thank you.


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Re: New member
Post 19 Jan 2021, 15:42 • #2 
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Joined: 08/03/14
Posts: 819
Location: central AR
Welcome, cmduck! My first fly rod was a Wright McGill.


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Post 19 Jan 2021, 16:53 • #3 
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Joined: 01/02/12
Posts: 1650
Location: Gig Harbor, WA
Cm...welcome to the forum. Where are you in the NW. I’m in Gig Harbor, WA. Lots of interesting stuff on this board.


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Post 20 Jan 2021, 18:19 • #4 
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Joined: 02/12/16
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Location: USA-CO
Welcome, cmduck!


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Post 20 Jan 2021, 18:24 • #5 
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Joined: 07/05/10
Posts: 5120
Location: Mid Hudson Valley of New York
Welcome Sam. This is THE PLACE for all things fiberglass. Lots of info and folks who are willing to share.

What kind of fishing do you do?

You will see that there are many options in fiberglass rods. And vintage and modern glass rod have their merits. Try as many rods as you can.

Enjoy the ride.


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Post 19 Feb 2021, 00:09 • #6 
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Joined: 01/04/18
Posts: 65
Location: Belair Maryland/Swanton Maryland
Cmduck
I’m a long time lurker new poster too.
I love those trailmasters
Are yours the dark tobacco brown?
The honey/butterscotch ?
Or classic yellow?
I’ve got my eye on TRP 600 7-1/2 glass Ferruled spin fly In yellow with cork grip and the brown and copper realseat over at Rick’s rods in Denver


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