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G-Rod #12689199
03/25/18 10:32 PM
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Ronnie Hurt'em Roberts
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A very good friend of mines is looking for a G-Rod distributor....

Re: G-Rod [Re: crope1] #12689243
03/26/18 04:30 AM
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Cedar Creek lake, Tx
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LANE PALMER
Address: 304 W. Lake Dr.
Weatherford, TX 76087
Phone: 817-907-5056
Email: Lane@ConstantPursuitOutfitters.com


You know you are a fishaholic if you have more rods than your wife has shoes!

www.g-rods.com/collections/crappie-spinning
www.sscrapiejigs.com
www.constantpursuitoutfitters.com
www.chriswebbsfishing.com
www.fishingftworth.com

Survived Vietnam TET offensive 1968, 100% disabled compliments of Agent Orange.
NO regrets.....
Re: G-Rod [Re: crope1] #12689340
03/26/18 06:43 AM
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Yantis, TX
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Thermocline Lures at Lake Fork. I bought my first G-Rod from them.

Call Belinda, she's the pretty one. Todd...not so much.

Re: G-Rod [Re: crope1] #12689353
03/26/18 06:51 AM
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Bought a G-Rod from both. Both are very good people!


I would rather die finding out there was no God than die finding out there is.
Re: G-Rod [Re: Gamblinman] #12689430
03/26/18 07:46 AM
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Originally Posted By: Gamblinman
Thermocline Lures at Lake Fork. I bought my first G-Rod from them.

Call Belinda, she's the pretty one. Todd...not so much.
roflmao

Re: G-Rod [Re: crope1] #12689477
03/26/18 08:17 AM
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I have a couple of 6, 7, and 8s left if you want to meet up this week Mr. Roberts.

My new phone number is 817-266-9811



Check Out The New Website!!!


TCU Alumni class of 2009


Owner/Operator Ft. Worth's Premiere Guide Service: www.ftworthfishing.com
817-266-9811

Re: G-Rod [Re: Mac817] #12697178
03/31/18 09:03 AM
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Originally Posted By: Mac817
Bought a G-Rod from both. Both are very good people!


Both groups are representative of the kind of folks you want to do business with!

I went over last weekend and spent an afternoon/morning fishing an 10.6(?) rear seat that I found laying in TBoxes boat...liked it, bought it...was able to hoist some really good sized crappie up out of the willows/cattails with it and hold them high in the air while checking out the backbone strength...decided I liked it much better than the similar version of the ACC that I have fish extensively over the last year...and it is a capable backup to the 10 foot Boneheads (the broomsticks) I use in the really knarly tangles, which was a severe shortcoming of the ACC, IMO...back to the g-rod, it is light with good backbone, and relatively fast tip...now I just have to figure out the best option for improving the balance of the rod, as it is way too far forward to fit the hand grip correctly.

I did try out that salmon rod they make and it seemed to have a better balance point than the long rod...it will cast a 1/16 jig and cork rig forever (well up on the bank and into the trees if you werenít careful...every time I would cuss because I stuck somewhere past my intended target or where it didnít belong...olť TBox would just laugh and say, I Told You...those are great rods... roflmao

Last edited by crapicat; 03/31/18 09:09 AM.
Re: G-Rod [Re: crope1] #12697340
03/31/18 12:41 PM
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G-Rod best on the market


You know you are a fishaholic if you have more rods than your wife has shoes!

www.g-rods.com/collections/crappie-spinning
www.sscrapiejigs.com
www.constantpursuitoutfitters.com
www.chriswebbsfishing.com
www.fishingftworth.com

Survived Vietnam TET offensive 1968, 100% disabled compliments of Agent Orange.
NO regrets.....
Re: G-Rod [Re: Finaddict] #12697577
03/31/18 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted By: Finaddict
I like them so much I am going to sell my Bonehead, ACC, and B n Mís so I can get 2 more G-Rods. Currently have a 7 mls & 8 deep jigger and going to get another 7 & a 6..


Send me a PM on the Bonehead...definitely interested...

Re: G-Rod [Re: crapicat] #12697583
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UPDATE...Found a 4000 Stradic not being used, hung it on the 11 ft GRod..balance is perfect for the grip and crapicat is VERY HAPPY!

bannana2 bannana2 bannana2

Re: G-Rod [Re: crapicat] #12697800
03/31/18 07:54 PM
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Originally Posted By: crapicat
UPDATE...Found a 4000 Stradic not being used, hung it on the 11 ft GRod..balance is perfect for the grip and crapicat is VERY HAPPY!

bannana2 bannana2 bannana2
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I would rather die finding out there was no God than die finding out there is.
Re: G-Rod [Re: crope1] #12698209
04/01/18 08:28 AM
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I have G rod crappie rod 6'split hand and real handle, 7', 8' cork & jig, and both 10'6" split handle and real handle available. If any one was interested, please shoot me a pm. Thanks.


Re: G-Rod [Re: moonriver] #12698223
04/01/18 08:35 AM
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Pm sent. That didnít take long...did it?

Re: G-Rod [Re: crapicat] #12698477
04/01/18 01:58 PM
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Originally Posted By: crapicat
Pm sent. That didnít take long...did it?
pm replied. Thanks!


Re: G-Rod [Re: Mac817] #12698616
04/01/18 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted By: Mac817
Originally Posted By: crapicat
UPDATE...Found a 4000 Stradic not being used, hung it on the 11 ft GRod..balance is perfect for the grip and crapicat is VERY HAPPY!

bannana2 bannana2 bannana2
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I was wanting to put a smaller reel on it, and kept putting larger reels on it, until the balance was right...so glad I didnít have to pull the butt weights off my Proangler to get it right...I would have been disappointed.

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