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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-23-2019, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
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Gaelforce 8/9 EMT Kit

As the closet continues to empty ....

Yup, bought an extra one during my line acquiring fury

Gaelforce 8/9 EMT Kit - 40ft @ 550grains - Brand New, no box or spool, but comes with box marker - SOLD

The Kit includes:

8/9 Head
Floating tip
Intermediate tip
Slow Sink tip
Fast Sink tip
Extra Fast Sink tip - not sure what happened to the original, so I replaced it with a Rio Type 8 15ft Replacement tip
Snowbee wallet
Gaelforce Sticker
2 tied in hand flies

PayPal Only, or Canadians can do EMT
Price includes shipping within Canada or the ConUS


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Not a bad deal there Mike! Are you hiding a 7/8 by any chance? The 8/9 might be a bit heavy.

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would this kit work on 8130 Biix winston?
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Not familiar with the action of this rod but 13ft 8wt should through it ok.

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Not sure how you prefer the loading on the Winston 1308 ... ??
The other 8/9 EMT that I have is my primary line on my Meiser 13' 6/7/8, which has a grain window of 450-700.
I can feel the loading, but the rod retains it's crisp action.


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I'll take it. PM sent.
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What is a taper profile of Gaelforce EMT Kit. Can anyone post the scheme ?
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