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Thought about this for a while now ... but finally made the decision
This rod is just not being used and it deserves a good home . Hopefully someone makes this quick before I change my mind again .....

CND 13'4" 6/7/8 Solstice - like new condition !!! I think I used it four times , if not , maybe three Comes with rod tube and rod bag . SOLD

Cork is not even soiled . Ferrules were waxed and tapped for use and always cleaned before stored in bag and tube .











$350 shipped to your door within Canada and Con US . PayPal only please . SOLD

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Doooood...just getting ready to roll up the blank. Very sweet rod. What did you throw on it? You dumping those too?

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I only cast this rod briefly, but it struck me as a capable auto-caster, something I really appreciate on the water.
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Auto-caster, Perfectly stated!!

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I only cast this rod briefly, but it struck me as a capable auto-caster, something I really appreciate on the water.
I own one so won't be PM'ing but Trevors "auto-caster" statement struck me as being perfectly accurate, the rod will do the work if you let it.

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Doooood...just getting ready to roll up the blank. Very sweet rod. What did you throw on it? You dumping those too?
Hardy Mach 1 Plus 8/9
IG Short Head 7/8
CND GPS 6/7

The lines are for another rod that is coming .... nice try Alonzo

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The rod is now SOLD.

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