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Rod Builders?

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Hey guys

Last year I read on this site about a custom rod builder working out of Hudson. Could someone give me a reminder of who it is?

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One of my professors at UW River Falls here builds custom Rods Names Lewis (Lewi) May. Lewi's Custom Rod and Tackle shop.

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Limit Creek Rods are built in Hudosn, they are a sponsor of Fishing Minnesota. I have one of their ML "Smoothie" rods and it is awesome. you can really feel the bottom when jigging or split shot rigging. The sponsor the Park Rapids Forum, click on their banner below that forum.

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Limit Creek is a rod company based out of Hudson. They have some solid gear coming out in 2008. One particular rod is the LCSE83MLF, an 8'3" telescoping medium light rod, optimized for rigging or lighter bouncers. I've never been a fan of telescope rigging rods but this one is different. My gut is that Loomis and St. Croix will try to mimic the LCSE83MLF. Limit Creek should make some big inroads with the new rods, particularly the SE83MLF.

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