'Bad News' William ..... Sandy (my yellow lab) jumped into the back of the Jeep a couple of days ago (well after dark) and one of your custom Berkie rods is now a 'four piece rod.' Sigh, will call Kerry/Rob today and see about getting a replacement (center) section. Only 'good part' is it wasn't the butt section that got 85 pounds of pooch landing on it.speyrd said:Fred, Try a Green One, with a Carron you know the Ugly Green.
For those of us who own one, no explanation obviously required. Truly a princess dressed in tawdry rags. You are obviously in love when you buy a stick "in spite" of its appearance. The laughter:hihi: stops when the casting begins:saeek: .speyrd said:Well, it's about time to give Fred the answer, a G Loomis Grease Liner with a 85' 10/11 Carron. 100' plus casts all day long, no problem.
My old pooch (now gone) "Sheba" got one too. Interesting thing is when I called/talked to Carry he new exactly what rod I was talking about. (The customs you made.)inland said:Fred,
Whats that...twice now???
Gad, hope this isn't one of the CND's done in a 'strange greyish colour.' Did notice that they call this rod a 8/9 in it's 'model number,' but a couple of google shops refer to this as a 9/10 line weight. Which is it?sinktip said:Fred,
Give the 16'1" Solstice a try and save Joan $3400
Honestly, I bet MJC would send you one to try.