Fox Kevlar Barbel multitip

sam vimes

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I don't want to look as I'm sure the price will get scary. One of these days the Kevlex will be going for daft prices, with a bit of luck;):D. If not I might finally get a second one to make a matching set!
 

Fred Bonney

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This was my first ever "barbel" rod William, bought direct from Fox when they first came out. 7or 8 years ago i think.
Then I did a swop with one of the guys on here, a Shimano 10000 for a pair Nash barbel specialists which suit me fine for the Trent.
I then bought a Fox flood rod thinking that would be handy on the tidal and found I didn't need it, so like the one above, it is sitting in the garage, just in case.
Along with a Youngs ray walton 1.3 and a Fox 1.5 barbel special for the smaller rivers.
In addition I have 3 float rods, a light bomb rod and two Youngs Travel rods

A hand made cane barbel perfection, a B&W Mark 4 and err...... that's about it....I think!
No it isn't I have a Dawsons del Monte split cane & fibreglass from the 60's needing new guides.

You coming to The Show?
 
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William Pastuszka

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Interesting story about your rods, Fred & no due to an heavy work load (just can't get the staff these days) I shall not be attending the show, but next year I may be able to.
 
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