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I think that this will work but I’m not sure....I broke a fenwick hmg medium 7’ 0”.the rod broke 3 eyelets from the tip so I found a tip that fit snug and I glued it it.

what do you guys think? 

Will it work ? 

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   Only you can tell us.   jj

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25 minutes ago, jimmyjoe said:

   Only you can tell us.   jj

I’ll be fishing with it tomorrow 

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You put the tip off another rod on the fenwick? Why not splice the original back on? 

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Will it work? Yes 

 

Will the action change and make the rod possibly unusable? Likely 

 

No harm gluing it on with the a removable glue and trying it. If it doesn’t work out you can have the broken part spliced back on as DVT suggested.

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13 hours ago, Delaware Valley Tackle said:

You put the tip off another rod on the fenwick? Why not splice the original back on? 

The original tip wouldn’t fit Back on the rod broke about 8 inches from the tip 

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24 minutes ago, RealtreeByGod said:

Should've seen if it was still in warranty first. I broke the tip off my UL Eagle pulling down a snag, sent it back to Fenwick, and they replaced it for no cost. 

I did, I broke it though I sat down on it emailed fenwick 3 times because they said on the website that even if you broke the rod they would give you a “sweet deal to get you back on the water” oh and by the way I also have a fenwick eagle that I use as my trout rod. It’s an awesome little rod 

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It will definitely work. My dad has done this several times. Just obviously changes the length and action of the rod. I see no reason it wont work for something tho

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