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#12778756 - 06/03/18 02:46 PM Moonshine Revival glass rod
Mitt78 Online   content
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Registered: 09/20/16
Posts: 176
Loc: South Irving
Anyone on here have a Moonshine Revival fly rod? I have been thinking of picking up a 3wt but haven’t seen much about them

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#12780072 - 06/04/18 05:13 PM Re: Moonshine Revival glass rod [Re: Mitt78]
Canoeman1947 Offline
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Registered: 03/13/16
Posts: 49
Loc: Oklahoma
According to their web site, both of their glass rods are sold out. Another rod to consider in that size and weight and price is the 2nd generation Blue Halo. I have one and think it is a very good rod. The Blue Halo rods are usually very well thought of. I have heard of the Moonshine Revival, but even on the Fiberglass Flyrodders forum, I have heard no mention of these rods.

Larry

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#12780253 - 06/04/18 07:36 PM Re: Moonshine Revival glass rod [Re: Mitt78]
Mitt78 Online   content
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I looked at the blue halo rods but I don't like that their warranty is limit 2 occurrences and costs an extra $100.

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#12781017 - 06/05/18 11:10 AM Re: Moonshine Revival glass rod [Re: Mitt78]
Canoeman1947 Offline
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Registered: 03/13/16
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Loc: Oklahoma
I purchased my Blue Halo without the No Fault Lifetime Guarantee, thus saving the $100. The rod is covered against any manufacturing defects whether you buy the No Fault warranty or not. The extra $100 warranty is to cover carelessness and other incidents beyond your or their control. Glass is generally considerably tougher than graphite and I try to avoid putting my rods in position to break. With the $100 No Fault warranty, I think it is fair to cover only two occurrences. I mean, really, how careless can you get?

Larry

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