Jump on our Instagram post @epicflyrods and let us now in the comments which kit you would like to win. Make sure you like the post and give us a follow.
Tag a mate who would like in on the action too!
Jump on the @theflyfishignation feed and comment on your preferred kit also. Make sure you like the post and give them a follow
Tag a friend who you think would want in on this action too.
We will select the winners on Friday 27th May and be in touch. Soon thereafter, the rods will be sent out. Once they arrive then fun begins and we build out our rods!
Simon Si @si_onthefly will be documenting the whole process from start to finish so everyone gets a feel for what building one of these kits is like from the perspective of someone who has never done this before!
The cool thing: We will stay in touch throughout the building process and exchange pics and experiences. We will be building the rod together with YOU! Let's see what we come up with.
"Looking forward to the journey and adding this sweet bit of kit to my collection especially given it will be crafted by the grace of my own hands!" ~ Si
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