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SOLD*** Muskie Rod/Reel Combo SOLD***

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Ad can be deleted, thanks!

Great combo, just doesn't get used.

Rod: Thorne Bros 8' Heavy Action "C" Series Custom: Used, owned 1 1/2 seasons, but light use, very light cork soiling. 8' Heavy action, Fuji reel seat. 9 guides total, 8 plus the tip.

Reel: Induron IDx400a: Very light use, power handle, spooled with 80lb Power Pro. Box with papers standard and double paddle handle included. The power handle is ideal for today's heavier baits like Bulldawgs and the double 10 bucktails.

Combo: $220 Metro pick up or Blaine Muskie Expo show pickup preferred.

Questions to: Hhynder@aol.com

Thanks, Chris

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Still have this???

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Yes EM, still available, especially to one of my Muskie forum guys.

Please, shoot me a note on the email address listed on the ad.

Thanks, Chris

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