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FS: 6 pc Spey rods, Beulah Surf, Beulah AERO

I am trying to reduce the amount of stuff I have "stored" in the house, and rods that seldom get used are on the list. These are all great rods, in excellent condition. I just don't fish them anymore.

1: MacKenzie Atlas 6pc 12-7 8wt with tube, sock and MacKenzie DTX Spey 51 mid-belly with integrated running line. This is the DTX rod, not one of the graphene models. SOLD

2: MacKenzie Atlas 6pc 14-9 10wt with tube, sock and MacKenzie DTX Multi-tip 44' shooting head (679gr) plus 4 tips, as well as a DTX Spey 56 ft Multi-tip with integrated running line (679gr). This is the DTX rod, not one of the graphene models. $475.

3: Beulah Surf Rod, 11ft, 9-10wt. Great to excellent condition. Wonderful Musky rod. Includes 2 Steve Godshall lines custom made for it - one for overhead casting and one for spey casting, both with integrated running lines. SGS Skagit for use with 10ft Mow tips and tips to 200gr, 601 gr; and 382gr "Overhead Musky" for 10 ft MOW tips up to 150 gr. $400

4: Beulah Aero Mid Belly Spey, 10/11 wt, 62ft, 810gr. Used once while testing lines on B&W 16-6 Walker. $45

All items include shipping to lower 48. Pictures available. PayPal only.

I can't understand why some folks think a drink can is harder to carry out when it is empty than it was to carry in when it was full.

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I can't understand why some folks think a drink can is harder to carry out when it is empty than it was to carry in when it was full.
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