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I am interested in getting into Spey fishing and would like to build my own rod. In reading back posts on this site and others, I believe that something like a 14' 9wt would be a good place to start. It won't necessarily be the best at any one situation but would be a good comprimise for most. From what I have read several places the St. Croix rods are very good values for the price. I have also read that some people believe that the Cabela's blanks are made by St. Croix. The Cabela's blanks are less than half the price of the St Croix. My real question is, will the Cabela's blank make an acceptable Spey rod.

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Bob
 
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