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    Bryan is correct,after all,the Gulf Stream series was his brain storm as was our catalog venture. If you want a rod built for this season I suggest you call Kathy at the Rod Room (981 6508) or Jeb Brantley AKA pier pest at 334 391 4051.

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    +1 on Jeb and ask him about a phenix Black Diamond hybrid

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    in my personal opinion, the best king blanks that they still make are the gator BS596, which is $32, and the lamiglass GLB961M if you like farily noodly rods, which is $95, and the seeker 804 or 806 if you like fast rods, they are both like $100, of course I loathe most graphite, if you don't mind it there is a pacbay blank that is pretty good, don't know what model, but it's bout $130
    I figure it this way, if everyone in the world had a lie clock, whose hands moved once every time they lied. You could use any politicians lie clock as a ceiling fan.

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    i already have a builder i just need suggestions on blank and those guides
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    brother, this is the thought of cathy, me, and a ton of other well known people on k guides. unless you are going to be fishing braid, don't waste the money
    I figure it this way, if everyone in the world had a lie clock, whose hands moved once every time they lied. You could use any politicians lie clock as a ceiling fan.

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    i got a gator works pretty good for me
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    formally backbone

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    john has one there for 249 bucks i think with k frames on it ....dont know what kind of blank it is though
    get the gaff!!!

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    The TKWSG guides have titanium frames and silicone carbide rings. Titanium=pretty darn expensive and silicone carbide=fairly expensive. Pretty darn expensive + fairly expensive = really expensive. The KWAG guides have stainless steel frames and alconite rings, costing only a fraction of the cost of the TKWSGs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbuilderESM View Post
    in my personal opinion, the best king blanks that they still make are the gator BS596, which is $32, and the lamiglass GLB961M if you like farily noodly rods, which is $95, and the seeker 804 or 806 if you like fast rods, they are both like $100, of course I loathe most graphite, if you don't mind it there is a pacbay blank that is pretty good, don't know what model, but it's bout $130
    where could i get a lamiglass GLB961M i read online lamiglass discontinued it
    formally backbone

 

 
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