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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-14-2019, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Simms steel wading staff - WANT TO BUY

I am looking for a seller of an older style Simms wading staff. Must be the model made of steel that is non-adjustable for length.

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I am looking for a seller of an older style Simms wading staff. Must be the model made of steel that is non-adjustable for length.

Thanks, all,
Bob
save your money, buy one of herkileez's custom made jobs...you're welcome...

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Fatman has it right

Hi Bob,
Rick Humphrey Of Riverstick wading staffs builds a solid staff. Lots of chatter on I believe, Tackle and here on classifieds. Custom wading staffs
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save your money, buy one of herlileez's custom made jobs...you're welcome...
I second this. Happy as a clam with one of Gary's sticks.
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I love Simms, and I have the older collapsible model. I wanted to switch up for the newer "carbon fiber" model with the cork grip but was advised the older model was far better.

Personally on the rare occasions I strap it with me for a dicey crossing, I find it pretty wobbly in strong currents but generally dependable.

If you need a wading staff, then go as strong and stable as possible would be my two cents.
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