First spiral / acid wrap questions

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  1. Capt Richie

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    Why you have to back up your post...Look at the tip no roll no twist belt or no belt it would roll & twist ...NO roll no twist..

    mod/fast blank is how we fish for tuna..With that bend the fish has much less of a chance of popping off...I though you guys fished..

    Please cash only ..Pay up or shut up....
     
  2. Capt Richie

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    as far as that rod he stills fishes it today..

    I use that blank for deep bottom jigging Cod fishing...Pretty nice that its able to land 100-125lb bluefin
     
  3. Scold

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    Richie, I found the Reading Rockets website. It's a site that is designed to help children comprehend what they are reading. Check it out and tell 'em Jon sent ya.
    http://www.readingrockets.org/helping/target/comprehension
     
  4. Capt Richie

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    What's wrong did I strike a nerve..

    You need to go back to rod building school 101..How to lay out guides...

    do you need my address for payment ?
     
  5. Scold

    Scold Yes, that's my back.

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    It's like arguing with a chimpanzee that has Aspergers.... Post the video of what I outlined or you lose, yet again.
     
  6. Scold

    Scold Yes, that's my back.

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    You didn't build it.
    It's locked into a gimbal (ie it can't turn freely)
    The video is filmed in like 360P, can't see shit batman

    I'm telling you....reading rockets. Enroll.
     
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    Your problem is you a kid & your very impressed with yourself...Big shot rod builder & sells components...So does half the guys building rods..

    You should open you mind..Look at Bill he sell & builds more rail rods than anyone..Have you ever asked yourself why ? Why he builds them the way he does ? Why he uses the guides he does?..Why he designed his own blanks?..

    Why he never acid wraps them ?

    You twist my words were did I ever say acid wrapped rods were not stable ? Were did I ever say Rail Rod 30w size reel ..this is all you & you closed mind..

    I did say rod & reel balance right rod for the reel..Rod always first...You don't think I speak with guys that know more about rod & blank design than you or I will ever know...You don't think I didn't do R&D on guides type / size & amt to get the rod to fish stable..You don't think a haven't fish many many many different blank to find the ones that work for the task...

    You have the skills but you swollen head is getting in the way ..Open you mind & use real world fishing not BS ...

    When should I expect the money ?...
     
  8. Scold

    Scold Yes, that's my back.

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    I think I can decipher this wall of text and poor punctuation.....

    What Bill does has nothing to do with the conversation we are having. He is a phenomenal rod builder who does things his way which works. He calls acid rods gay. He doesn't like them and that's fine (he feels that someone could get cut from the spectra being below the rod, I don't believe that it could cut anyone, nor do many other people, it's just his preference). He doesn't go into threads where people are asking about acid rods and spout off that they shouldn't build one (your first post in this thread). He doesn't speak about some unicorn-like mythical guide placement system that defies physics. When making a claim about a system working a specific way, others should be able to reproduce the system and get the same results. That is the basis of scientific research. Repeatable results from multiple sources.
    Anyone with more than a double-digit IQ could read this thread and agree that you have posted no evidence to support your claim that a rod wrapped conventionally will stabilize the setup in a reel-up orientation. The video you posted that is filmed with same quality as a Bigfoot sighting video, shows a rod in a gimbal, and doesn't show anything relevant to the discussion.

    Along with the reading comprehension section on reading rockets, you should check out their segments on punctuation and sentence structure.

    No where have I ever claimed I'm the best and to say that I have a "big head" and am "close minded" is hilarious. You got shit on in the seeker thread for having a closed mind while verbalizing wild claims about the company that were proven completely false. Why would this thread be any different?
     
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    Jon, refer back to what I said about arguing with pigs... he's the pig!
     
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    rodblder I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    couldn't stand it, must add.................I've been building, and fishing acid rods on San Diego sport boats, for over 20 yrs now, love the stability the spiral wrap provides, they cast the same as conventional wraps just look wierd which is why most guys won't fish them.
    east coast guys have always done things differently.................
     
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    I give up your way to dense....Keep building like a sheep...weekend builder out build you !!!

    Jim your correct ...The best way not to sell a rod on the east coast is to acid wrap it...less than 1% of east coast anglers want them...

    Doesn't make them bad ..I just need to build a stable rod without using that system....

    No magic no unicorns just high quality blanks & builds..100 lb Bluefin on a rod with a #9 tip & no tip twist....
     
  12. Scold

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    I give up. You're way too dense*
    Weekend builder out-builds you*

    "Doesn't make them bad, I just need to build a stable rod without using that system" is the only correct thing you have ever said on this subject. Build what your customers want. Don't say what your customers want is superior when, clearly, that is not the case.

    Most people would say that a system of guide placement that works on any blank, regardless of how "unstable" it is (whatever the fuck that means), is superior to one that needs infinite tweaking with specific components to achieve, at best, the same results.

    Also, anytime you use the word "sheep" you sound like an old codger who does nothing but forward conservative email chains from their AOL account.
     
  13. Scold

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    double tap.
     
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  14. Scold

    Scold Yes, that's my back.

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    triple tap.
     
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    this seems like a nice tip.
    Im about to change all the guides on a musky rod and make it acid wrap, I really thinking to get this tip on the work

    thanks
     
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    I call BS on the no roll look at about 3.5-5 sec of video the rod is rolling big time Plus its in a harness..
     

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