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Diamondback Diamondfly

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Diamondback Diamondfly in excellent condition. It has only been used a half dozen times. I bought it and decided that it's not as fast as some of my other rods (the faster the better for me these days) so I'm moving on. Casts great and has a medium/fast action taper. PM me with reasonable offers. Rod Retails @$285

Posted on: 2008/8/4 17:05
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Re: Diamondback Diamondfly

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What's the length, line weight, and # pieces?

Posted on: 2008/8/4 20:16
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Re: Diamondback Diamondfly

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Alby,

all vital questions that I can't believe I forgot to post.
It's 8'6" 2 piece 5wt. Got pics if you want em.

Posted on: 2008/8/4 22:05
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Re: Diamondback Diamondfly

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Sorry Student. I might be interested if it were a 8.5 to 9 foot 4 weight, but I already have a nice 9 foot 5 weight.

Hey, I think it was you who put me on the Root River in Minnesota. Thanks very much, I had a lovely time.

Posted on: 2008/8/4 23:22
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Re: Diamondback Diamondfly

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I actually can't take credit for that. I'm not sure who pointed you in that direction but I'm glad you had a good time.

Anyone else interested in the rod? I would also be up for a straight rod swap if someone would be interested in that. Wouldn't mind adding a 3 wt. or possibly a 9 or 10wt to my collection.

Posted on: 2008/8/5 7:34
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See below....

Jadorus has a Sage DS2 8wt. 9'6"

http://www.paflyfish.com/modules/newb ... hp?topic_id=4787&forum=14

Posted on: 2008/8/5 7:44
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Re: Diamondback Diamondfly

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Mo,

I've got 4-8 with a few repeats in between. I'd like to get something heavier for possible bay fishing for stripers or salmon in Canada next year.

Posted on: 2008/8/5 8:28
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