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Temple Fork Rods #12528946
12/06/17 06:40 PM
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stratosbassin Offline OP
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Saw they were a local Dallas company and work with Gary loomis, does anyone use these rods and how big of a presence do they have here in Texas?

Looking to pull the trigger on one and want to hear some opinions, thanks in advance!

Re: Temple Fork Rods [Re: stratosbassin] #12528996
12/06/17 07:23 PM
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I have two of their fly rods and 3 conventional. IMO you wont find a better rod for the money and customer service

Re: Temple Fork Rods [Re: stratosbassin] #12529109
12/06/17 08:53 PM
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I have one I use as my jig rod, medium heavy because I use braid. Very happy with it, light and sensitive. As I replace my other rods I will replace them with these. The tactical series is priced well at $160 for a good quality rod. Last time I was in Bass Pro saw that the carry them at the same price as Tackle Warehouse. You could go there and see how one handles for yourself then decide.




Re: Temple Fork Rods [Re: stratosbassin] #12529140
12/06/17 09:13 PM
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All I use and have for several years, you cant beat them and the service if ever needed is off the scale, some years back I broke one at the tip called the office and a rep brought me a new one at work in 1 day, no charge and a sack of hats etc with it. The best service ever.
You can beat BP prices.

Many trips I just take 1 rod and it is the 7-3 MH as mentioned above, a work horse, teamed with Lew's BB1 PRO or SD reels a great combination.

Last edited by lenahorse; 12/07/17 02:22 AM.
Re: Temple Fork Rods [Re: stratosbassin] #12529388
12/07/17 12:10 AM
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I use the GTS Bass 735-1 7'-3" MH for drop shot rod and I love it.

Re: Temple Fork Rods [Re: stratosbassin] #12530652
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I have 4 of them and I love them.



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Re: Temple Fork Rods [Re: stratosbassin] #12531128
12/08/17 07:51 AM
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I bought a couple a few years ago at Bass Pro and really like them. Haven't bought any new rods in a really long time, trying to save money and use what I got. With that said as I need to replace them I will probably look to these first.


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