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pretty interesting...might save some folks some headache, depending on the price....

by the by, what is the price?
 

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I don't know about that FC,
have you tried to find a piece of 18 foot long,
clear grain cypress or fir lately?
Bloody expensive lumber when you can find it!

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ok not to be a jerk here but I don't understand the justification of the price? What I mean is what are the benefits that make it more expensive then say a carbon fiber or extruded aluminum pole that weighs less? where man hours are concerned I understand them well after designing and building my boat, but I also know most people add drying times into man hour calculations to seem more dramatic. As far as a career I am a Firefighter/EMT.

Brett I'm sure it is pricey, but isn't the point of projects like yours and mine to get the job done cheaply and simply? actually isn't that the point of this whole site when you think about it?
 

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Why the negativity bro? How about a little respect. If you can't coin up to buy one doesn't mean you should dis the man. ::)
 

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That's some fine work there C&C! Looks awfully similar to building bamboo rods.
 

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Thanks gramps,
I never built a bamboo pole maybe I should try

Ok this pole is a 13ftr with a Dia. of 1-1/4, the man wants to use for his canoe
And It is glued together, now that the easy part is over, the fun begins tommorrow.
 

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Incredible work! Can't wait to see the finished product! Well worth your asking price IMHO!

Cheers
Capt. Jan
 
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