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**SOLD** Upgrading rods FS is an Iwana plus extras

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**SOLD** Upgrading rods FS is an Iwana plus extras

Postby OutdoorsBen » Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:24 pm

I'm upgrading from my 12' Iwana. So in an effort to give someone a good rod + starter package I'm putting a few more things together with the rod.

12' Iwana
shortened handle for small streams
12' level line already cut spooled on a TUSA line holder
TUSA pack
Tenkara Shop two compartment fly box with a handful of Kebari's

All you need is a license for your state and some tippet and you're ready to go. I'm not going to split this all up because i'm looking to help someone out that's getting into Tenkara.

$190 for all of it shipped to your door.

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Re: Upgrading rods FS is an Iwana plus extras

Postby craigthor » Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:37 pm

11' or 9'3" Handle? Great price for someone wanting to start out.
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Re: Upgrading rods FS is an Iwana plus extras

Postby OutdoorsBen » Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:55 pm

craigthor wrote:11' or 9'3" Handle? Great price for someone wanting to start out.

It's the 9'3" Iwana handle.
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Re: Upgrading rods FS is an Iwana plus extras

Postby paintplongo » Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:58 pm

I'll take it, please PM me with payment info. Looking forward to trying this out this summer, thanks!
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Re: Upgrading rods FS is an Iwana plus extras

Postby OutdoorsBen » Tue Apr 30, 2013 6:45 pm

SOLD.
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