New Greys Prodigy Range

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Re: New Greys Prodigy Range

Postby runhunt » 16 Nov 2010 19:31

hi rich, just proves how personal rods are, i have a fox, and i love it, one of the best rods i have.
i used to use an aiken, and i loved that one as well, still have it but need to get it fixed, i broke the tip and need some eyes re doing, but havent got round to it. tref west used to tell me off every time he saw me at lacock using it as he said it wasnt up to the job, but i had fish up to 11lb on it and it was fine... thinking about it i must get it fixed, but have to go private as i dont think that particular model is made any more, got it from crudgingtons in bath when it was a 'proper' tackle shop.
regards paul
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Re: New Greys Prodigy Range

Postby RICH PARSONS » 16 Nov 2010 19:36

Hi Paul,
If you ever go near Reading try Reading Angling centre they can fix (or know some one who can) most rods reels and poles.

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Re: New Greys Prodigy Range

Postby runhunt » 16 Nov 2010 19:42

hi rich, a bit out of my way but appreciate that, thank you.
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Re: New Greys Prodigy Range

Postby RICH PARSONS » 16 Nov 2010 19:53

No probs Paul
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