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JessEm

Broken Rods... Broken Eyes

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Hello everyone,

There's a place in Prior Lake that just replaced the eyes on 2 St.Croixs and fixed a custom rod for me. They did a great job and I just wanted to let everyone know about them. The place is Midwest Rod on main st. and his name is Al.

They charged $10 per eye and $8 for a tip. It was faster and cheaper than sending them back and paying for shipping so I thought I'd pass this along to everyone. They also make some veeeery nice personalized, custom rods.

Good luck!

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They did a great job on a muskie rod for me and are very reasonably priced

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They do have quite a good reputation. Not only that, but they are a sponsor of the rod building and lure making forum a little farther down the page.

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Bill and Al do great work at good prices. There custom rods are top notch and they stand behind everything they do. 2 very quality stand up guys.

I have a few of their open water rods and several of their ice rods and each one is very very well put together. Well worth the $.

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Those prices seem really reasonable, we are paying 9 bucks for tip replacement in I. Falls.

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$10 to fix a guide is pretty reasonable. If you are close by, and can drop if off that is cheaper than shipping would be to the manufacturer.

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