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Megabass rods

Post by Dusky_Chaser » Sun Oct 19, 2008 3:57 pm

Ok so I havent seen these yet but believe they range from 8 hundy to 11.
Anyone got one

Could have pezza spinning on the floor out of control. Hotrods vs Megabass. The battle we all want to see.
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Post by Dusky_Chaser » Sun Oct 26, 2008 7:13 pm

Earth to pezza??????? susssmilie susssmilie
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Post by Station49 » Mon Oct 27, 2008 7:17 am

Perrie's been offline a bit lately mate with a crook back i believe.


Re; the MB rods... ive seen a few but never took the plunge. They are certainly quite blinged up..
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Post by HOTRODS » Mon Oct 27, 2008 5:59 pm

talkin trash about me again boys !!! susssmilie thumbsupsmilie

i have a contact in the States with a pretty nice swag of them, some, design wise are very tidy and some ..well..are a little very left of field. overall though the workmanship and blanks are superb im told.
and as for a 'rod off' im always playing around with funky jap style designs...

heres a peek at my newest (partially built) addition...




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Post by Ecofreak » Mon Aug 10, 2009 10:26 pm

I have had a play with a few in the shops but like many other never taken the plunge into a purchase, main reason was guide size, I use a lot of braid and we flick a few knot through them in the shop near your place and it was tight to say the least, if you were running fluro straight through on the ones we played with they would be red hot, but I will stick with the samurai reactions and my norries
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Post by Dusky_Chaser » Thu Oct 01, 2009 11:27 pm

A mate of mine recently took the plunge........yeah very nice stick but I cannot see the value for money....when he starts outfishing me with it I will look harder at them............ nahnah nahnah nahnah .its alot of cookies.........
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Post by tacklerat » Sat Oct 17, 2009 5:43 pm

Dusky_Chaser wrote:A mate of mine recently took the plunge........yeah very nice stick but I cannot see the value for money....when he starts outfishing me with it I will look harder at them............ nahnah nahnah nahnah .its alot of cookies.........
Dusky they are very nice blanks but mate if you can fish you can catch with a 100 buck jobbie myself have done this now I use nories and lamiglass as well as g loomis I might not catch any more but love these blanks there way more enjoyable to use especially when fishing all day thumbsupsmilie

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Post by Dusky_Chaser » Sat Oct 17, 2009 8:11 pm

Happy to spend a few hunge on a nice stick but cant part with the gorilla.
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