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Dobyns Rods #13323315 10/26/19 08:49 PM
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Where around the lake fork are can i find the best selection of Dobyns Fury rods on hand not to order? Looking for a Fury 664C.

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Re: Dobyns Rods [Re: j3x] #13323359 10/26/19 09:35 PM
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Lake Fork Resort and Oak Ridge, usually both have good supply of them.


We didn't catch 60+,might have boatd in the 30
should,we didn't have fun expept alot more thie time of yearhope you get ready you'll be calling mr or E-MILK to a foods donatiom,,,Arter drin some red bullmdnd Vodlea
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Lake Fork tackle used to carry then. I have not been in there in about a year though.

Re: Dobyns Rods [Re: j3x] #13323390 10/26/19 10:06 PM
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Thanks for the replies.

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Lake Fork Resort, ask for Ernie.

Re: Dobyns Rods [Re: j3x] #13323533 10/27/19 12:27 AM
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could go to the dobyns warehouse in sulphursprings

Re: Dobyns Rods [Re: j3x] #13323574 10/27/19 01:12 AM
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Ernie at lake fork resort can fix you up! The main warehouse really wants people to buy from the local dealers. That’s the way it should work.

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Originally Posted by ko bass attack 27
Lake Fork Resort, ask for Ernie.



Yep


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My Fury rod is not as stout as the better ones. I have a Champ H, Champ Extreme MH, and Fury MH. The Fury MH feels closer to a M than a MH to me.

Re: Dobyns Rods [Re: j3x] #13324907 10/28/19 04:34 PM
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As mentioned, your best bet is to travel 30 minutes north to Sulpher Springs and go directly to Doybn's warehouse/office. If you call ahead, they can pull any of the rods you want to see and have them ready at the counter as soon as you walk in. The only negative is I don't believe they are open on Weekends.

in my experience, the dealers around lake fork don't have a wide selection unless you get lucky and find the exact 2 rods you want to compare. It's just not feasible for a small dealer to carry every model of every series, etc..

Re: Dobyns Rods [Re: j3x] #13326638 10/29/19 10:06 PM
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Like others have suggested, go see Ernie at Lake Fork Resort. If he does not have it in stock he can get it for you. I get all my Dobyns rods from Ernie.

While you are there, look at the Sierra line of Dobyns rods also. I have several of those and really like them.

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Re: Dobyns Rods [Re: jfdawson] #13326643 10/29/19 10:08 PM
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Originally Posted by jfdawson
As mentioned, your best bet is to travel 30 minutes north to Sulpher Springs and go directly to Doybn's warehouse/office. If you call ahead, they can pull any of the rods you want to see and have them ready at the counter as soon as you walk in. The only negative is I don't believe they are open on Weekends.

in my experience, the dealers around lake fork don't have a wide selection unless you get lucky and find the exact 2 rods you want to compare. It's just not feasible for a small dealer to carry every model of every series, etc..





Ernie has a ton of Dobyns rods in stock. Have you been in Lake Fork Resort? Ernie is NOT a small dealer of Dobyns rods.

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