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phd fly rod

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fly Fishing' started by Dru 30, Dec 28, 2016.

  1. Dru 30

    Dru 30 Member

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    Hi I have a PhD 10'0" 3 piece #9 fly rod I want to put in the for sale section on this forum it has never been used still in canvas bag in its hard case what would be a fair price for this please as I have no idea
     
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  3. B L Z Bub

    B L Z Bub

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    That length and weight and sections, it's a sea trout rod, although could double as a reservoir rod, but a tad too powerful

    The phd stands for powerhead, if it has a David Norwich decal, worth about £150, if masterline decal, bout £60. Several have come up for sale last few years but not a lot of interest, don't think they sold.

    Might be better putting it on the sea trout forum
     
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