First trip with the Green Stick

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  1. Korriban

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    Sounds good KII, sure wish those pics. came out. Maybe Bill or someone can help you loading those pics. ?
     
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    Oh, help accepted to load the pictures... Maybe I should have read the how to... Sorry ! Hope it's better now.

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    Good pics. thanks :)!!
     
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    A wind surf mast!!! Thats BRILLIANT! Good Luck with it. Keep us updated
     
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    Thanks JasonD, yes, a half one mast on the flybridge, then above one full 5,50 meters and on top a 130 lbs tyrnos rod ("customized"). This one on the picture: the mast 100 % Carbon, but on my own boat 85 % Carbon and white painted. Never to careful...
     
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    so its 1 and a half Neil Pryde mast and a rod blank? Is that right?
     
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    Yes, but not exactly, one piece of a fishing trolling boom reinforced with carbon fiber / epoxy on the lower part (7 ft length), then above the Neil Pryde and the tyrnos.
     
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    Nice. keep us updated. I hope you get a nice one!
    Bonne chance!!!!
     

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