I would also be interested in this info. My experience is this:May I ask both of you if the breaks were result of material defect or the caster fault ( loose ferrule etc.)?
My swinging fly had snagged on some unseen underwater object and I started reefing pretty hard on the rod trying to dislodge the snag after other methods failed.May I ask both of you if the breaks were result of material defect or the caster fault ( loose ferrule etc.)?
I would like to know if TFO is sacrificing material integrity for price. They have no-fault warranty. It may be just marketing strategy, at least initially, or no-fault warranty has been established for a good reason……..
Call Mike and order up his 'double mag' rod holders. It takes an elephant to peel them off the top of my car (dry surface). The double mag's will hold 4 full on spey rods or up to 6 single handers with ease. A tad pricey, but they do exactly as advertised .... even at 75mph.It was my fault.
I was driving home from the Clackamas river (skunked again) and was too tired to take my rods apart so I put them in my dt bodkin rod holders on the hood and roof of my truck. While driving 35 mph I witnessed my rods (4 of them) lift off my truck and fly into the road! I slammed the truck to the side of the road and then witnessed a semi truck that was behind me run over the tips of 2 rods. The other 2 rods were unharmed, how i'll never know.
The glue on the dr bodkin holder had come undone between the magnet and the holder so it separated, my fault for being lazy they are not ment for speeds over 20 mph according to mgf, still sucks.