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St. Croix Rod - Tip replacement needed

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Good Evening everyone, this weekend I somehow lost the middle part of my guide that the line rides on. It's the guide that is at the tip of the rod. I am looking for the best person for the most reasonable price to replace the tip on my St. Croix rod.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

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I've had Thorne Bros. do a couple of mine. Or else find a custom rod builder near you.

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It's pretty easy you could do it yourself.

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Pretty easy to do yourself. Most bait shops sell kits to replace the tip top. The only problem with doing that is that your tip may not fit that well.

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Give St. Croix a call and they will send you out the exact same tip with glue. All you need is a cig. lighter. Very easy. They might not even charge you for it.

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What RobertELee said

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Thank You

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