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    Posted: 13 Feb 2012 at 3:35pm
here are 2 murray cod rods a member , Mathrew,  asked me to build for him , I also thank him for his patience as it was over christmass and getting components was slow , The blanks are -- United Compsites USA -- Duel Helix , at 6 ft , all components are Alps , and a custom murray cod rear grip , Total build weight is 185 and 164 grams . the little bit of cosmetic work above the foregrip is something I have been working on to some time know . please enjoy Mathrew and Thank you .  Ian
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Very nice work Ian Thumbs Up, Matthew should be happy with those working pieces of art Clap
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Nice work Ian, did you do the imprint on the handle or buy them like that? cheers Bryan.
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one day i will afford one of your pieces....very nice work ian.
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Man I love your work,some of these will be in my house one day not the shed..Hope you dont design your shirts as good other wise I will be getting them off you,,i really love the work on the butt with the imprints of those fish..IAN YOUR A MASTER ROD MAKER,just give up cutting them fat juicy steaks up,your up there with the best..Yessir
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Nah, get Ian doing both - making the rods AND cutting up the juicy steaks. Need good meat when going further up northBig smile. Martin
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WinkAwesome work love the cod inscribed grips oh wish I had moneyWink.......B.J.
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beautiful finish on them there rods Ian, well done Clap

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Beautiful rods Ian you should make a couple for yourself and come down and we will go see if we can get you a callop.
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WinkBilge are the spotted callop still on the no go list or what??????.....B.J.
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What is a callop  Confused
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callop is a yellowbelly/Golden Perch RH
Its the name Aouth Australians call them
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Yes Brian. We are not allowed to land a Cod 
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WinkThanks Bill for the info its just I noticed some s.a. persons crowing on facebook about still catching and releasing them so thats why i'm asking mate????.....B.J.
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BJ you cannot take a cod from the water ie no landing net or other method, have to be released in the water.
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 thanks for the information bill.....will catch up soon....b.j.

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i want one,6-8kg,how do i get one,how much and when!!!!!
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Received the rods today couldn't be happier with them! They can only be described as brilliant now to get a fish on them, will post some pics with the fish when i get out.
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They're really nice Ian -top rod work.
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