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Re: fishing a two weight

2012/10/5 7:48
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Actually, not too bad. When I sent the rod back to Orvis to have the cork grip w/ rings replaced with the new Superfine "Touch" grip and reel seat, I told them that I would be using the Large Arbor Trout -I reel. I asked them to test with the same and to advise if they would recommend a different reel. Other than suggesting that I try out the New Mirage series reel,, they were ok with the balance.

I like the new reel seat much better because the cork / rings setup resulted in my reel coming loose too often. No longer a problem with this grip. Other than the 6 weeks that it took to get my favorite rod back in my hand, I am quite pleased with the work. That, and they only charged me $75 for the everything!!! Much better than the $495 price tag on the new Superfine Touch.

Posted on: 2012/11/18 9:04

Re: fishing a two weight

2012/1/13 15:28
From Ferguson Twp.
Posts: 21
Cool, nothing like having your favorite rod made even better for you. Thanks.

Posted on: 2012/11/18 9:56
There is a need to fish, to be in the water. It soothes the soul...

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