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Northlander

I have a bunch of Custom made ice rods that I need to get rid of. I have anything from quick tip panny rods to lake trout bobbing rods.

e-mail me what your looking for and I can send pics of your options. Most rods run between $35 and $75.

Walleyes4me32@aol.com       Northlanders Guide Service and Custom Rods       Captain Steve Sutherland

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Cliff Wagenbach

If I needed any more rods I certainly would buy a few Steve!

Best made rods that I have! Best price also!

Cliff

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Wanderer

I'll stand behind Steve's ice rods!

 

I was able to get a nice collection of them last week.  Some panfish rods that I hope to work out tomorrow, and some walleye/laker types that I used today.  Great feel, light, and well built.  

 

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I connected with a couple mid-20 inch lakers today and couldn't have enjoyed the fight any better on another rod.  Very happy!

 

Thanks Steve!

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Wanderer

I can honestly say with the negative mood of the crappies today and they're tentative bites, the rods helped.  We had to let them load the tip up before setting the hook or we'd miss.

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Northlander

Im glad those rods worked out for you man. My maintenance man Louis said you guys were cool to work with.

I still have plenty of rods left folks. Great pricing too.

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Sifty

Steve,

What's left?

Sifty

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Northlander

Text me at 218348fivefive3two

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Northlander

Still have a few rods left if anyone wants a good deal on some ice rods.

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Northlander

Ok it's ice fishing season. 

I will be making Ice Rods that will get to you in time for Christmas for much less than you would pay from the big boys.

I have many different blanks for all types of fishing.

Tell me what you want and I will give ya a price.

Usually a $100 custom ice rod from the big players I can do for around $65-$75.

Text me at 218-348-5532 or e mail at walleyes4me32@aol.com

 

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