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RBF: Newbie question - finding the spine


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Posted 05 May 2014 - 02:48 AM

Thanks for the accumulated wisdom chaps, recently started building fly rods for my own interest, it's much harder than I imagined! I'm in awe of your talents.

I bought a 7 piece 9 ft travel blank recently. The joints make it a stiff rod, and with so many sections and ways of orienting them all, is it necessary or possible to identify the spine?

Thanks,

Simon



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