Harnell rod ID

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  1. theman772

    theman772 Newbie

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    can anybody ID this rod for me the guides are small and all the same size

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  2. spize909

    spize909 Well-Known "Member"

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    Does it come apart at the butt/reel seat? I got one like that in the garage. Never used, was my Grandpa's. I'll try to remember to dig it out.
     
  3. scubasteve2989

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    Length? Chances are it does come apart below the cork.
     
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    Sorry, I can't help with an ID but looks a lot like my old one. I am pretty sure this rod has never been fished and was my Grandpas. It's been years since I had it out and the sheath that it was in is pretty much toast. Anybody know where I can find a rod sock with a separate part to put the butt in?
    Anyway here's some pics and it is 6'-7". It does come apart where the real seat meets the foregrip. I'm gonna throw my Grandpa's old squidder jr. on it and have my kid catch a tuna on it this year if the opportunity presents itself.
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  5. theman772

    theman772 Newbie

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    Sorry guys I didn't get any emails that someone replied its 7feet 4inches long it looks like it my come apart but I can't get it apart image.jpg
     
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    spize909 Well-Known "Member"

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    Loosen it up at the knurled fitting there and spray a little pb blaster or something aroung the edges to penetrate.
     

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