A Pair or G Urushis for John

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  1. timmyd3853

    timmyd3853 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Tim
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    These feature Urushis from tip to tie on a rare Seeker factory cobalt blue on an OSP 2x4 and another rare Seeker OSP 1x3 with a turquois blue color added to the material. I cant remember what the called it but its a retro to a series from about 12 years ago. They both also feature Saltydawgs Raildawg grips (bought before the cutoff) and some wrap arounds plus some fade work. Both have American Tackle reel seats and guides.

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  2. cow man

    cow man Tuna addict

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    Dam nice Timmy!!
     
  3. FAT CAT

    FAT CAT FAT CAT

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    Likin' those!
     
  4. hucklongfin

    hucklongfin Deep release specialist

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    Some really serious bling there!
     
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  5. K. D.

    K. D. Member

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    I like the "Art Work"!
     
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  6. timmyd3853

    timmyd3853 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Tim
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    Thanks guys
     
  7. RockHopperNCKA

    RockHopperNCKA Well-Known "Member"

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    Dustin
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    Titties!

    Nice work.
     
  8. billa

    billa Member

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    Are those pictures of your sister?
     
  9. Jkisda

    Jkisda Newbie

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    John Kerner
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    Many thanks to Tim for these beautiful rods. I got to pull on some Guadalupe fish on both of them this past week and they are AWESOME! Tim is an artist and a GREAT guy to work with- even from WA. Highly recommend him to anyone. Thanks to him, I can now take my beautiful wife with me on all my long range trips!
     
  10. steelfish

    steelfish the BBB, Baja Bass Boy..

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    I would hit I mean, I would use that anytime
     
  11. paradoxjim

    paradoxjim Member

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    I have always admired Urishi work, and yours is outstanding. Beautiful rods with good colors to compliment the blanks.

    Thanks to Capt. G for introducing Urishi to those of us not in the know (me!) in rod building. Where has he gone to? I'd like to admire more of his work.
     

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