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sunniewally

ice rod blanks

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I haven't played with the MS, but I ordered a noodle blank from mudhole and it is an awesome power noodle for 6$plus shipping. Not sure how much TB blanks are, I think they are like 15. Mudhole has three lengths too.

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Try DH Custom Rods and ask for the El Dante blank. Very nice.

Thanks Northlander.

I had no idea DH sold blanks. Just ordered one and can't wait to get it.

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Your welcome. I have 2 of these and love them. I have one done in the Otter Ice Camo pattern and its pretty cool. Let me see some picks when your done with it.

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al dente is the best bang for buck noodle blank on the market. Thorne Bros prices for blanks are ridiculous 30+ bucks for a blank? DH will also have longer blanks for next year.

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I just got my DH al dente in the mail today.

You could have fooled me by saying it was a TB power noodle.

I glued up some cork rings I had laying around the shop and plan on banging this thing out tmro so I can give it a test run this weekend.

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