Build a premium quality fly rod with "The Epic Carbon Fibre Ready to Wrap Rod Kit"
Glass not your bag? - not even ours!
You asked for it - our fantastic Epic "Ready to Wrap Rod Kit" in a carbon fibre option.
We're very pleased to announce that you can now build to world's very best carbon fibre fly rod in the comfort (and privacy) of your own home!
As good as it gets.
Epic C series are a state of the art fly rod blank. The most sophisticated composite materials and production processes are used in their construction. Full Helical construction, multi modulus, All unidirectional carbon fibre and the lowest resin counts in the industry. We believe this is the most sophisticated fly rod blank made and each kit includes only the very finest components available.
Each Kit contains:
An Epic Unidirectional Carbon fibre blank with Helical wound core
Satin black fiberglass rod tube.
Premium hand sewn rod sock
Your choice of finest quality Portuguese cork grip *configurable
Epic reel seat in either black or Titanium finish.
Guide set (Snake brand Universal guides USA)
Titanium stripper guide
Glue kit (preloaded syringes, grip & tip epoxy, brushes, mixing cups & full instructions)
China-graph marking pencil
Comprehensive 42 page build book with step by step instructions
Stickers / Decals
*Japanese Silk threads. Each kit includes white silk and black thread for trims. These default threads can be substiuted for other stock colors on request.
It's all in there.
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