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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-24-2009, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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ZzzzzzZspey 13'0"4 #9-10

[SOLD] - Something a little more exotic. This rod is NEW! Put together to give a wiggle, cast it for 20 minutes & cleaned it up & put it back in the bag. I bought it out of curiosity & find it quite nice to hold onto, but it is a little too faster action for me, the learning nub i am.

Loop present a top notch package, the case is awesome, it comes with 2 socks, 1 for handle, other for the 3 pieces. The finish on the rod is very nice & pleasing to the eye. It has dots to line up sections & snake guides look "oversized"? & of high quality. Overall, great looking rod & I can't see that it would be much of a learning curve for the efficient anglers out there to have this baby shooting some line.

Asking $210usd neg + 1/2 shipping to States or Canada.







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what weight is the rod?
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sold a while ago
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-21-2009, 06:43 PM
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axis, what is the retail from loop on this? I cant find any info on loops zspey?
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Best to email Loop in Sweden for an answer as the rod appears to have been replaced or discontinued. A google will bring up shops in europe that have inventory and you can convert the price. Hope this helps.
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Try www.zpey.no

I think this is the rod in discussion.

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