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Can Ya Do Anything Wih A Snapped Rod?

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I went to flip a fish into the boat last nigh. 'twas a bit dark and didn't know how big it was, snapped the my 7'mh veritas about 6 inches down from the tip. First one I've get broken and I bet it won't be my last. Anyways, is there anyway to even fix it at that point? Doesn't have any cracks in th blank, looks like it was a clean snap. Perhaps I just transformed it into a 6'6mh lol?

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Abu has 3 year warranty?

Just looked up and yes they do, but I have no way of proving when I bought it :/. How would one go about this, never done it before.

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You can try sending an email to abugarcia@purefishing.com explaining your situation, but without a receipt you'll probably have no luck. The forms and other info are on their website

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I went to flip a fish into the boat last nigh. 'twas a bit dark and didn't know how big it was, snapped the my 7'mh veritas about 6 inches down from the tip. First one I've get broken and I bet it won't be my last. Anyways, is there anyway to even fix it at that point? Doesn't have any cracks in th blank, looks like it was a clean snap. Perhaps I just transformed it into a 6'6mh lol?

That's crazy. I broke my MH casting rod today too.

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I broke my veritas 3 weeks ago and took it up to bass pro and they took it back no questions asked. They told me there was a bad batch of those released early in the year. Great customer service...tip of the hat to BP.

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have the Veritas even been out 3 years? That could be one way to prove it

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Some companies have ways of telling the year the rod was build by the model or serial number printed on the rod, I know St. croix does it with their rods.

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