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Moonshine Revival glass rod #12778756
06/03/18 07:46 PM
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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

Re: Moonshine Revival glass rod [Re: Mitt78] #12780072
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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

Re: Moonshine Revival glass rod [Re: Mitt78] #12780253
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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.

Re: Moonshine Revival glass rod [Re: Mitt78] #12781017
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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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