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    Re: just finished this one up for my little girl.

    Quote Originally Posted by BigUnInDaBoat View Post
    Great work, I have a Diawa Sealine rod that was my dad's. It needs a re-wrap/new eyes. Is this expensive to get started in?
    guide wraps can be done with just some thread,epoxy and some kind of tensioning device, or a power wrapper can be bought for 350-800 bucks. It's not really inexpensive to get started in my opinion but once you have all the stuff all you need to by are to components. It's only a little cheaper to build one than buy but this way you get exactly what you want.

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    Re: just finished this one up for my little girl.

    Great work, I have a Diawa Sealine rod that was my dad's. It needs a re-wrap/new eyes. Is this expensive to get started in?

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    Re: just finished this one up for my little girl.

    That is adorable!!!!!

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    just finished this one up for my little girl.

    This was a rebuild of one of my Dads old trout rods done in pink and purple for my little fishergirl. Epoxy over Eva with a G-urishi above the forgrip, Cali Abalone shell from bodega bay area. Gonna be a striper slayer.....


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