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Rod repair #11584681 05/05/16 02:29 PM
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Who around DFW does the best rod/eye repair on rods? Micro guides that is.


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Re: Rod repair [Re: Sinkey] #11584719 05/05/16 02:42 PM
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That would be great to know. I would like that info also.

Re: Rod repair [Re: Sinkey] #11584747 05/05/16 02:56 PM
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Contact Doug with Texas Toad Sticker rods. He does great work.

http://texastoadsticker.com/Texas_Toad_Sticker/Contact_Us.html


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Re: Rod repair [Re: Sinkey] #11584773 05/05/16 03:09 PM
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I just had several rods repaired at Fishin' World on west Lovers. Really cool store.

Re: Rod repair [Re: Sinkey] #11585422 05/05/16 08:21 PM
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I have had a couple done at Barlows on 75 and been happy.


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Re: Rod repair [Re: SoCal Tom] #11587761 05/07/16 12:18 AM
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Another vote for Doug. Custom Rod builder as well.





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Contact Doug with Texas Toad Sticker rods. He does great work.

http://texastoadsticker.com/Texas_Toad_Sticker/Contact_Us.html

Re: Rod repair [Re: Sinkey] #11588406 05/07/16 02:52 PM
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In all honesty most rod repairs can be done at home for a fraction of the cost. I've re-wrapped dozens of guides for a fraction of the cost of sending them out. A trip to mudhole.com and you can wrap them yourself and get the color you want.

Re: Rod repair [Re: Sinkey] #11588637 05/07/16 05:48 PM
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Mat at trinity custom rods. Has done several rods for me. Super reasonable price and excellent work.

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Joey at Sniper Rods does excellent rod work and is very well priced. He is located in Irving. His contact info is in my sig below.

Re: Rod repair [Re: fishin'aholic2] #11588718 05/07/16 06:51 PM
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Anyone know what a set of recoil guides would cost?


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Originally Posted By: Mike Keenan
Anyone know what a set of recoil guides would cost?


Get on mud hole tackle and look! I think they are around $10 a guide. Cheers.

Re: Rod repair [Re: Rhaider] #11588915 05/07/16 09:26 PM
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Originally Posted By: Rhaider
In all honesty most rod repairs can be done at home for a fraction of the cost. I've re-wrapped dozens of guides for a fraction of the cost of sending them out. A trip to mudhole.com and you can wrap them yourself and get the color you want.

That's a big +1. I bought all the stuff to fix my own guides from Mudhole a while back and enjoying fixing my own rods at a fraction of the cost. Easy to do with the right equipment.

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