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  1. #91
    FearlessFly66
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    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    Well done Shayne, great job.

    Nice butt mate

    Brad

  2. #92

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    Cheers Brad,
    Not as nice as Roz's I'm sure, but for my first crack it'll do me. Seriously though, Roz where are those photos you promised, I'm looking foward to seeing what amazing creation you've put on this one. Not only that I recall a couple of good shots of at least one member here.

  3. #93
    stuart
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    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    Im not touching rozs crack, O I mean Im not going down there, O I mean, you Know what I mean . When are you guys going to put up some photos of your works of art? I really want to see how it went.

    Stu

  4. #94
    stuart
    Guest

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #$%@^Round UP !

    Here is a weave I did a while back.


  5. #95

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend  Round UP !

    Quote Originally Posted by stuart
    Here is a weave I did a while back.
    thats beautiful Stuart, will give everyone something to aspire to [smiley=2thumbsup.gif]

    did you get paid what it was worth

  6. #96
    stuart
    Guest

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    No way, you only make up for it by doing quite a few over a 12 or 24 month period. I will keep weaving this pattern till the end of this year before making a new design. This weave takes around 8 hours to do, not including coating. It's around 170mm long by around 30mm deep, it's weaved onto chair rods.

    Stuart

  7. #97
    stuart
    Guest

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend Round UP !

    Here is the rod in action on a Cairns 1250lb black Marlin using 38kg of drag.


  8. #98

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    Bloody hell Stuart, thats impressive mostly because, nope scratch that, it just is. I'm with you where's the rest of the photos. Come on I showed you mine.

  9. #99

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !



    I will be heading home (where I keep my computer) this Sunday.

    Will get something up and running then. I have finished binding the guides, also two coats of epoxy. Looking good. But as I said before, can't post photos until I get home.

    Roz.
    GO THE CRUISER UTES!

    ....OH WHAT A FEELING!

  10. #100

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #$%@^Round UP !

    OK, i have a shot that is sort of in focus.

    Stu, I have 2 coats of epoxy on now and will do another one next week. When i put the varnish on, do I coat the whole rod or just the bits in between the epoxy ? and how many coats of varnish ??

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  11. #101
    stuart
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    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    Phill

    You can coat the whole rod if you like, I wouldnt because the m10's are as slow and sloppy as wet spaghetti. If you want, you could put one or two thin coats on the entire rod. So far so good.

    Stu

  12. #102

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    Have caught 2 winter whiting on my new rod,I know not the best fight inthe water, good feel and action, very happy with the outcome. Has anybody else caught anything yet?

    Cheers, Flea

  13. #103

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    Hey Flea,

    Ask me that around January 2009.


    TOL

  14. #104
    DaneCross
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    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    Some impressive works here. Just a question, where did you guys buy your blanks and materials? I know of some online stores but is there somewhere in Brisbane/Gold Coast that I could go in and have a look/feel of the rod before buying?
    DC

  15. #105

    Re: Rod Building Workshop/Weekend #Round UP !

    Quote Originally Posted by theoldlegend
    Hey Flea,

    Ask me that around January 2009. #


    TOL
    It's in the diary John

    Way to go flea, I should start and finish the epoxy next week, the rod decal is due any day. Woohoo!

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