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Re: Current collections
Post 18 Oct 2017, 09:41 • #76 
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Location: US-Mount Pleasant, SC
From memory (not detailing the rods I've built and kept for myself) - - -

Fenwick FF70 C serial #
Fenwick FF79
Winston 7' 4/5wt Merrick era weirdo. Has a 4.5 tiptop. REALLY likes a 4wt though from what history I can gather it should be a 5wt.
Winston 9' 9wt Merrick era
SA System 6 5pc
SA System 7
SA System 8
SA System 9
SA System 10
SA System 11
Axisco Airrite 7' 3wt 6pc
Scott F60 yellow SF
Scott F65 brown SF
Scott F70/5 yellow SF; another oddball with copper colored cap/ring. Late yellow, serial number in the 2000s (probably made from remnant yellow F70 stock after brown glass rods were already in production; I'm pretty certain some of my brown SF rods have earlier serial #s than this yellow F70/5)
Scott F74 brown SF
Scott F75 yellow SF
Scott F81 yellow SF
Scott F84 yellow SF; earliest of my Scotts with serial #1139
Scott F909 brown SF
Scott F703/2 maroon Montrose
Scott F703/2 black Montrose
Scott F754/2 black Montrose
Cortland Diamondglass 7'6" 3wt 2pc black
Phillipson Master 7'6" 6wt 4pc

probably a few I'm forgetting, but those are the memorable ones.


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Re: Current collections
Post 18 Oct 2017, 10:57 • #77 
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Location: Shenandoah Valley, Virginia
Wow! Marty, you have an amazing Scott collection!

Hellmtflies, that little Cummings was neat but I could never grow to like the way it cast. Probably just me. (Interesting how Vince spelled "serial".)
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Re: Current collections
Post 18 Oct 2017, 12:05 • #78 
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Joined: 08/25/08
Posts: 1456
Location: Delton, MI
I've owned a bunch over the years but don't collect for collecting sake mainly because "Collection" is a dirty word with my wife. So this has been more of a search or quest for the best rods that suit me. I will buy rods and then cull them so I can test out lots of rods. I do tend to fish all of my rods every year but to keep things manageable and justifiable, I try to keep only one rod in any rod length/rod weight combination so I prefer to call the following my fiberglass rod selection. :)

3-weights
Kenney..........8'1" 3wt 3pc.......Kenney Built - Latte Color
Steffen..........7'6" 2/3wt 3pc....(A gorgeous build by Matt Leiderman)

4-weights
McFarland.....8'8" 4wt 3pc.......McFarland Built with Black S-Glass
Scott..............8'0" 4wt 2pc.......Scott Built F79 (Yellow - Early San Francisco era rod)
Steffen...........7'9" 3/4wt 3pc....Steffen Built
Morgan..........7'6" 4wt 2pc.......Gerri Carlson Built (Tom Morgan's wife), with extra tip
Scott..............7'0" 4wt 3pc.......Scott Built F70-4/3 (Brown - San Francisco era rod)

5-weights
Steffen..........8'0" 4/5wt 3pc.....(A build by Mark McKellip with his really cool reel seat)(my favorite all-arounder)
Kabuto..........7'6" 4wt 3pc........Kabuto Built - Yellow (my son wants this one tagged for him in my will :) )
F. Paddock....7'0" 5wt 2pc........Paddock Built Signed Series White Blank (I'd trade for a yellow one)

6-weights
EPIC.............8'6" 6wt 3pc.......(A build by Shane Gray - Salsa color & Lemke Titanium reel seat)
Hardy JET.....8'0" 6wt 3pc.......Hardy Built (Blank by Fisher)(You sure won't see many 3pc JET's)
Sage SFL.....7'9" 6wt 3pc........Sage built (Yes, Sage built a glass rod in the beginning)
Winston........7'6" 5wt 2pc........Winston Built (San Francisco era rod) (Blank by Fisher)
Fenwick........7'0" 5wt 4pc........Fenwick Built

7-weights
Steffen..........8'3" 7/8wt 3pc.....This rod will really boom out a line

I also have a Steffen 8'0" 8/9wt 2pc blank waiting to be built. At some point, I'd like to get an EPIC Bandit.


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Re: Current collections
Post 18 Oct 2017, 13:11 • #79 
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Joined: 11/12/14
Posts: 33
Location: US-MN
I’m new to this game. I just started fly fishing three years ago. I’ll have to say it’s hard to say no to a new rod. This is my small list
Barclay 72-3
Barclay 75p #9 of #10
FF 85
FF 856-5
FF 858-5
System 8
Prime 5
I’m heading to the Brule for some steelhead fishing this week so I’m hoping to put a Bend in the FF 858-5 and the system 8.


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Re: Current collections
Post 18 Oct 2017, 15:32 • #80 
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Location: USA-CO
Graphite:
Orvis PM-10 8'4" 2pc. 3wt.
TFO Finesse 8'9" 4pc. 5wt.
Winston Ibis 9' 4pc. 6wt.
TFO Lefty Kreh Professional 9' 4pc. 7/8wt.

Fiberglass:
Mountain Brook "Native" 6'6" 4pc. 2/3wt.
Steffen Bros. 7'3" 3pc. 2/3wt.
Blue Halo Gen II (A) 7'6" 3pc. 3wt.
Berkley Parametric "Curt Gowdy Signature" 6'3" 2pc 4wt.
Mountain Brook "Big Pine" 7'3" 2pc. 4wt.
Orvis Superfine Glass 7'6" 3pc. 4wt. (I think better with a #5).
Sunset Red 7'8" 4pc. 4wt.
Diamondback Glass (blue) 8' 3pc. 4wt.
Blue Halo Gen II (A) 8" 3pc. 5wt.
Phillipson 7' 2pc. 5/6wt (series unknown, possibly "Master"; custom built by Rick's Rods from old blank).
Mountain Brook "Pine Creek" 7'6" 3pc. 5/6wt.
Lamiglas #1802 8' 2pc. 6wt.
Cabela's CGR 7'6" 3pc. 7/8wt. (50th Anniversary series).

On the bench: Steffen Bros. 8' 3pc. 4/5wt.

Blanks in queue:
F.H. Paddock "Signature Series" 8'6" 3pc. 7wt.
Diamondback Glass (blue) 7'6" 3pc. 3wt.
Wright & McGill #1286 9' weight unknown, maybe a 7/8. I might not build this one, but cut it up for ferrules and stents. I think it's from an old W&M series that's not well-regarded.


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Re: Current collections
Post 18 Oct 2017, 21:26 • #81 
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added an IZCH 8'3" #5 parabolic to the collection recently.
holy cow - is this rod par-a-bol-ic!
more pronounced than the 8'0" #4 from this series.
a truly uniquely-actioned rod.

wondering if any modern makers dabbling in paras make a rod of this weight and length? seems like the wojos, barclays, ijuins, mcfarlands, etc are mostly shorter than 8' and mostly #4 and lighter?

makes me really want to track-down a #6 IZCH...


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Re: Current collections
Post 18 Oct 2017, 21:44 • #82 
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Is that Izch a good wet fly rod? It sounds interesting.

Didn't you just sell an Izch?


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Re: Current collections
Post 18 Oct 2017, 21:55 • #83 
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Location: Upstate-NY
Carl,

I have really grown to appreciate a para for wet fly fishing, yes.
they are just really condusive to drawing a long line from the water, loading the rod well on the back cast, and re-directing the forward cast, with plenty of line shoot, without need for any false casting. think big loops and slow linespeed.
Slow, progressives do this also. But paras are just plain fun and interesting to figure out.

I also use a bamboo para -
Dennis Menscer 8' #5 with similar results.
the bamboo is more crisp and less "buttery" than the IZCH.

Yes I sold my 8'0" #4 IZCH because I just dont use 4-weights for swinging wets.
I was a nice rod, also. Not quite as extreme para as the #5 version, though.


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Re: Current collections
Post 19 Oct 2017, 04:17 • #84 
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Location: US-Mount Pleasant, SC
The J Green 8'3" and 8'6" 4/5 semi para sound like they'd be right up your alley!!!


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Re: Current collections
Post 19 Oct 2017, 13:29 • #85 
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Duff wrote:
Wow! Marty, you have an amazing Scott collection!

Hellmtflies, that little Cummings was neat but I could never grow to like the way it cast. Probably just me. (Interesting how Vince spelled "serial".)
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Hi Duff,
Interesting. For what it's worth I have three "Custom Made" glass rods from Cummings. Two are mint. None of mine have "serial" numbers at all.
Mark


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Re: Current collections
Post 20 Oct 2017, 08:47 • #86 
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Diamondglass 703-3 (black)
JG Spring Creek 804-3
Lami 764-2
FF75-4
FF75
FF756-4
FF806-4
FF85-3
Seele 886-4
FF85


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Re: Current collections
Post 20 Oct 2017, 09:11 • #87 
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Location: Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
Dwight Lyons 7' 2 weight
Shakespeare 1290
Shakespeare 1280T
Phillipson TS76
Phillipson TS86
Echo 8'6" 5wt
Echo 9' 6 wt.
McFarland Spruce Creek 8'3" 6 wt.
Lamiglas 8' 6 wt. 5 piece
Winston Retro 8' 4 weight
Berkley Parametric Curt Gowdy 8'6" 7 wt. 2 piece
Berkley Parametric 8'6" 2 piece 6/7 wt.
Berkley Parametric 8'6" 3 piece 6/7 wt.
Berkley Parametric 8' 3 piece 6 wt.
Fenwick FF85
Fenwick FF837
Hardy JET 8'6" 4 piece 6 wt.


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Re: Current collections
Post 20 Oct 2017, 10:54 • #88 
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Location: Finland
Been absent from this board for quite awhile, but it’s been glass all along…here’s MY2018 glass rod list:
1) Cummings, Vince Special FL160 6’ 2pc 5wt
2) Cummings, Vince Superlite FL475 7 ½’ 2pc 4wt
3) Cummings, Vince Ultimate FL380 8’ 2pc 5wt
4) Cummings, Vince Ultimate FL390RS 9’ 2pc 7wt
5) Cummings, Vince Ultimate FL390UL 9’ 2pc 7wt
6) Cummings, Vince Water Witch FL175 7 ½’ 2pc 5wt
7) Cummings, Vince River Rat RR80 8’ 2pc 7wt
8) Cummings, Vince River Rat RR90 9’ 2pc 8wt
9) Peak, Russ Zenith 8’ 2pc 5wt
10) Hardy Jet 7’ 2pc 4wt
11) Leonard. H.L. Catskill 6’ 6wt
12) Winston SF Trout 7 ½’ 2pc 5wt
13) Winston MT Trout 8’ 2pc 5wt
14) Winston MT Salmon 9’ 2pc 8wt
15) Claudio, Ferdinand 805B 8’ 2pc 5wt
16) Rick’s Rods Custom Golden Eagle 8’ 2pc 6wt
17) Paddock, F.H. Brown Series 8’3” 3pc 6wt
18) Paddock, F.H. Lemon Drop 7’4” 2pc 3/4/5wt
19) Paddock, F.H. The One 7’10” 2pc 4/5/6wt
20) Leiderman, Matt Thomas & Thomas Heirloom 7 ½’ 3pc 5wt
21) Gray, Shane Graywolf Steffen 8 ½’ 3pc 5/6wt
22) Gray, Shane Graywolf Steffen 8 ½’ 3pc 6/7wt
23) Gray, Shane Graywolf Steffen 8 ½’ 3pc 7/8wt
24) Gray, Shane Graywolf Signature S-Glass 3pc 8’ 5wt
25) Gray, Shane Graywolf Tom Morgan Streamer Special 8’3” 2pc 6wt
26) Kenney, Larry Special 8’8” 3pc 7wt
27) Burkheimer, Kerry Peak 8’6” 2pc 5wt
28) Minculete, George Tightloop Epic 686 8 ½’ 4pc 6wt
29) Haldin, Marcus Epic 990 9’ 4pc 8wt
30) Haldin, Marcus Blue Halo 8’ 3pc 5wt
31) Haldin, Marcus Blue Halo 8 ½’ 3pc 7wt
32) Haldin, Marcus Paddock Clear Glass 8’3” 3pc 6wt

owned but now gone… few regrets, some agony below...

33) Cummings, Vince River Rat RR70 2pc 5/6wt
34) Cummings, Vince Ultimate FL368 2pc 4/5wt
35) Cummings, Vince Ultimate FL375 2pc 5wt
36) Cummings, Vince Superlite FL480 2pc 4/5wt
37) Cummings, Vince Superlite FL480 2pc 5/6wt
38) Hardy Riccardi 7’ 2pc 6wt
39) Hardy Midge 6’3” 2pc 3.5wt
40) Hardy Jet 7’ 2pc 4wt
41) Hardy Jet 7 ½’ 2pc 5wt
42) Hardy Jet 8’ 2pc 6wt
43) Hardy Jet 8’ 3pc 6wt
44) Hardy Jet 8 ½’ 3pc 6wt
45) Hardy Jet 8 ½’ 2pc 7wt
46) Hardy Fibalite 7’ 2pc 4wt
47) Hardy Fibalite 7 ½’ 2pc 5wt
48) Hardy Fibalite 8’ 2pc 6wt
49) Hardy Fibalite 9’ 2pc 7wt
50) Hardy Fibalite Perfection 7’2” 2pc 4wt
51) Hardy Fibalite Perfection 7’8” 2pc 5wt
52) Hardy Fibalite Perfection 8’ 2pc 6wt
53) Hardy Fibalite Perfection 8’9” 2pc 7wt
54) Hardy Perfection Glass 7 ½’ 3pc 4wt
55) Orvis Golden Eagle 7’ 2pc 5wt
56) Orvis Golden Eagle 7 ½’ 2pc 6wt
57) Orvis Golden Eagle 8’ 2pc 7wt
58) Orvis Golden Eagle 8 ½’ 2pc 8wt
59) Orvis Golden Eagle 8’9” 10wt
60) Orvis Fullflex A 7’ 2pc 5wt
61) Orvis Fullflex A 7 ½’ 2pc 6wt
62) Orvis Fullflex A 8’ 2pc 7wt
63) Winston Early SF (Golden Brown) 7 ½’ 2pc 5wt
64) Winston Early SF (Golden Brown) 8’ 3pc 6wt
65) Winston SF Trout 8’ 2pc 6wt
66) Winston SF Trout 8 ½’ 2pc 7wt
67) Winston SF Steelhead 8’3” 2pc 8wt
68) Winston MT Stalker 7 ½’ 2pc 3wt
69) Winston MT Trout 7 ½’ 2pc 5wt
70) Winston MT Trout 8 ½’ 2pc 5wt
71) Winston MT Trout 8 ½’ 2pc 6wt
72) Winston MT Trout 8 ½’ 2pc 7wt
73) Winston MT Trout 8 ½’ 3pc 7wt
74) Winston Retro 7’ 3pc 3wt
75) Winston Retro 7 ½’ 3pc 4wt
76) Peak, Russ Zenith 7¨9” 2pc 6/7wt
77) Peak, Russ Zenith Elite 8 ½’ 2pc 7wt
78) Peak, Russ Zenith PGG 8’8” 2pc 7wt
79) Wojnicki, Mario 227P4 7’5” 3pc 4wt
80) Wojnicki, Mario Special 8’ 3pc 5wt
81) Thomas & Thomas Heirloom 8’ 3pc 5wt
82) Scientific Angler System 4 7’2” 2pc 4wt
83) Scientific Angler System 5 7’7” 2pc 5wt
84) Scientific Angler System 6 8’1” 2pc 6wt
85) Scientific Angler System 7 8’5” 2pc 7wt
86) Scientific Angler System 8 8’8” 2pc 8wt
87) Glastech Parametric 7’4” 2pc 4wt
88) Phillipson 3M Epoxxite 7’ 2pc 4wt
89) Phillipson 3M Epoxite 8 ½’ 2pc 7wt
90) North Country Angler ParaGlass 7 ½’ 2pc 4wt
91) Claudio, Ferdinand 756A 7 ½’ 2pc 6wt
92) Claudio, Ferdinand 806A 8’ 2pc 6wt
93) Burkheimer, Kerry Peak 7’3” 3pc 4wt
94) Burkheimer, Kerry Peak 8 ½’ 2pc 7wt
95) Fenwick FF70 7’ 2pc 5wt
96) Fenwick FF75 7 ½’ 2pc 5wt
97) Fenwick FF80 8’ 2pc 7wt
98) Fenwick FF80-4 8’ 4pc 6wt
99) Fenwick FF706 7’ 2pc 6wt
100) Fenwick FF756 7 ½’ 2pc 6wt
101) Fenwick FF806 8’ 2pc 6wt
102) Fenwick FF856 2pc 8 ½’ 6wt
103) Fenwick FF856-5 8 ½’ 5pc 6wt
104) Fenwick Yellow Glass 7’9” 5pc 5wt
105) Fenwick Fenglass 7 ½’ 2pc 5wt
106) Carpenter Goldtone 7 ½’ 2pc 4wt
107) McFarland Spruce Creek Dry Fly 8’4” 5pc 6wt
108) McFarland Spruce Creek Parabolic 7’10” 4pc 5wt
109) Lamiglass LTD 8’ 5pc 6wt
110) Lamiglass Yellow 8’ 2pc 5wt
111) Fisher Custom 8’ 2pc 5wt
112) Diamondback Diamondglass 8’ 3pc 5wt
113) Steffen 7 ½’ 3pc 4wt
114) Steffen 8’ 3pc 5wt
115) Steffen 8 ½’ 3pc 6wt
116) Scott F81/5 8’ 5pc 6wt
117) Scott F84 8’4” 2pc 5wt
118) Scott Fibertouch Maroon 7’ 2pc 3wt
119) Scott Fibertouch Maroon 7 ½’ 2pc 4wt
120) Scott Fibertouch Black 7’ 2pc 4wt
121) Scott Fibertouch Black 7 ½’ 3pc 4wt

Graphite and bamboo, that’s another story…


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Re: Current collections
Post 20 Oct 2017, 11:06 • #89 
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Fullflex, all I can say is WOW!


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Re: Current collections
Post 20 Oct 2017, 15:59 • #90 
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Location: Bozeman, MT
:eek Fullflex WINS!!! :eek


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Re: Current collections
Post 20 Oct 2017, 16:11 • #91 
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Joined: 04/15/09
Posts: 365
Location: US-OH
Fullflex, you may want to seek professional help about your "issue" :)


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Re: Current collections
Post 20 Oct 2017, 17:40 • #92 
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Fullflex, how did you remember all that and how did you type all that without
your butt falling asleep? Incredible list. I don't want to think what my "had" list would look like and I don't want to think of all the graphite I sold. There was a guy who was active on the board 10 years or so ago who had a single wide trailer full of flyrods. He and his wife spent a day counting half of the trailer. Half was 2,500. They figured a day was enough and figured he had about 5,000 rods.
If I recall correctly, Tom and Cameron took part in that Sunday chat session. Was it 3,000/6,000 or was it "only" 1,500/3,000?


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Re: Current collections
Post 20 Oct 2017, 18:19 • #93 
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Fullflex awesome list! Top rate at present and quite a history of past fly rods.

Current top ten glass favorites in the collection:

Kenney 813 8' 1" 3wt 3pc
Winston Custom 6' 9" 3wt 3pc
Wojinicki 217P4 7' 2" 4wt 3pc
Winston Stalker MT 7' 6" 4wt 2pc
Winston SF 7' 6" 5wt 2pc
Cummings RR75 7' 6" 5-7wt 2pc
Wanigas Au Sable 7' 6" 6wt 2pc
Leon Chandler 8' 6" 5-6wt 2pc
Paddock Signature 8' 3" 6wt 3pc
S.A. Custom Fisher 8' 4" 7wt (McKellip Built) 2pc

Builds in progress which may alter the list above:
Paddock 805 custom 8' 5wt 3pc
Paddock 705 custom 7' 5wt 2pc


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Re: Current collections
Post 21 Oct 2017, 08:02 • #94 
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Location: ON, Canada
Ive sold a couple in the last months...

Steffen 8’ 4/5
Steffen 8’6” 7/8
Steffen 8’ 8/9
Epic 686
Epic 888
Epic Bandit
Epic DH11
RetroGlass 12’7” 7wt
Fenwick 807
Lamiglas SFL 96-6/7F

Building a James Green black glass 10ft 5wt switch


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Re: Current collections
Post 21 Oct 2017, 13:37 • #95 
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Location: Finland
Hi all,

Have to admit, there’s been too many rods but it has also been one great journey that has last over 30 years now and the journey continues… never thought I would collect anything, it was just finding that ”perfect rod". Still searching… just not that hard anymore :)

Those rods on the list are the ones I can remember, most of them really good rods and I even fished most of them. ;) Also have old rodlists to help to remember… For number of reasons most of the rods were sold, traded or gifted to other fishermen who now fish and enjoy them. A bit like catch and release, a trout is too valuable to catch only once; same goes to rods too… :)

Great top10 list Grouse! Seems to me that you have had quite a rod-journey too… :)

Great collections here everyone!


Pictured here is my Mother-in-law's old (and slightly tuned) coffee table. Accompanied with few rods... :P
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Re: Current collections
Post 21 Oct 2017, 15:09 • #96 
Sport
Joined: 01/16/08
Posts: 86
Location: Holland, Michigan
Sweet rod holder.


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Re: Current collections
Post 21 Oct 2017, 17:54 • #97 
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Posts: 1446
Location: Bozeman, MT
Fullflex wrote:
Hi all,

Have to admit, there’s been too many rods but it has also been one great journey that has last over 30 years now and the journey continues… never thought I would collect anything, it was just finding that ”perfect rod". Still searching… just not that hard anymore :)

Those rods on the list are the ones I can remember, most of them really good rods and I even fished most of them. ;) Also have old rodlists to help to remember… For number of reasons most of the rods were sold, traded or gifted to other fishermen who now fish and enjoy them. A bit like catch and release, a trout is too valuable to catch only once; same goes to rods too… :)

Great top10 list Grouse! Seems to me that you have had quite a rod-journey too… :)

Great collections here everyone!


Pictured here is my Mother-in-law's old (and slightly tuned) coffee table. Accompanied with few rods... :P
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What Peak is that in the background?


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Re: Current collections
Post 21 Oct 2017, 18:16 • #98 
Guide
Joined: 05/25/07
Posts: 102
Location: Finland
Hellmtflies wrote:

What Peak is that in the background?



That's Graphite Zenith 8 1/2' 7wt 2-3/4oz, fun to cast, quite parabolic... my glass Peak has no label on the tube so it's in the closet... :eek


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Re: Current collections
Post 21 Oct 2017, 18:50 • #99 
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Location: Western PA
Fullflex, I like the rod rack and I especially like that it's on wheels. Nice!


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Re: Current collections
Post 21 Oct 2017, 20:07 • #100 
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Joined: 07/08/16
Posts: 18
Location: La Vergne, Tennessee
I'll play
-Wright & Mcgill Denco 8' 7wt
-South Bend 3470
-Wright & Mcgill Dandy 8A
-Wright & Mcgill All American 3A
-Fenwick FF806
-Fenwick FF807
-Fenwick FF85
-Fenwick FF70
-Daiwa Regal Silver 6346
-Maxcatch Ultraglass 7' 3wt
-Phillipson Challenger 76R
-South Bend 3131
-Actionrod 1690
-Heddon Pal Mark HI 7.5" 6wt
-Master Fishing Tackle 3080


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