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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-12-2018, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
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The new RB Meiser website is now on-line

We've got the new site up and running now at our regular URL: Home - R.B. Meiser Fly Rods

... Just wanted to thank all the many folks that offered advise to our post last month.

Many of those suggestions were applied to the new site.

Thanks again <> Meiz
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-13-2018, 11:11 AM
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Nicely done, Bob
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Yes, well done. Great photos and easy to navigate. Now, just waiting for some gear to show up in the Meiser swag section. 😀 If I'm fishing the rods, I gotta be wearing the swag as well.

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Just picked up 2 sticks from Mr. Meiser - canít say enough about Bob as a person regardless of updated website or not. He is a class act through and through- honestly I canít say enough good things about him and his process. But looking at the site - yes I would agree job well done
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The website looks great! Really like the honest opinions in the write ups of each rod model you can really tell that bob has put the time on water with every rod he makes. Now Iím very curious about them single handers! How do I get my hands on a demo rod!
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New website looks awesome Bob
So does the rod line-up
I must admit, those singlehanders look intriguing ... something for the middle and upper river sections on my home waters !!
I haven't got the chance to go through all of the pages yet Bob ... looks like a ton more info and a place just to browse through and enjoy the photos and write-ups ... well done my friend !!


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Well done Bob.. the new site should help with the cabin fever preparing for the next build.

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Looks v. good!
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S series

I do not see the S series, so is this lineup permanently gone? I am thinking of the longer S series, such as my favourite trout Rod - 1264S
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Good catch Raspberry. I hope not as I’m quite taken with the lone S series model I have - 13’6” 8 weight

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http://meiserflyrods.com/build-sched...ts/reel-seats/

got a page not found, using a reel seat link in the custom builds page
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http://meiserflyrods.com/build-sched...ts/reel-seats/

got a page not found, using a reel seat link in the custom builds page
Thanks for catching that raspberry-patch ... That'll be corrected pronto ... !!!

About the S rods

We do still have several of the S rod actions in the shorter/lighter grained Trout Spey series ...

... But with introduction of the new Highlander CX rods <> The longer/higher grained S rods proved to be redundant.

The S rods served as a "go-between" action from the Highlander C to the MKS, with S rods being lighter in hand then either the MKS or CX.

We learned a lot from material use in development of the S rods, and (when compared to comparable "C" rods) also learned to appreciate the S rods stronger top ends, faster speed of recovery, and slightly deeper loading capabilities.

All of these characteristics were applied to the new CX rods ... So in truth, I guess I'd have to say that the new CX rods are a combination of the best physical characteristics of both the C and S rods ... While still maintaining the same uniform progressive power and flex typical of the Highlander Classics.

I knew that there would be those that would be disappointed in the elimination of the S rods, as we offered these rods for 8 years ... And several have told us so ... !!!

... But after fishing the new CX rods ... Most of them have forgiven me ... };^) ... !!!

As a side note: We do still have a remaining inventory for several of the previous generation S and MKS blanks, and will be closing them out over the coming months. They will be posted in the Spey Shop "Specials" link.

Thanks <> Meiz

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