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Hmm..those are pretty nice

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Cowboy those gigs head are really nice. I had broken my gig pole while frogging and lost the head. I started looking on the web for a new one and decided to make my own but just can't justify spending that much on a gig head. I'm to cheap I guess. Made one out of 1/2 conduit and number 7 mustads. They worked great made an extra. I'm going to try and attach a photo.
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I bought some of the no myth gig heads a few years ago, with some replacement tines. And they also had gig poles. Excellent product!

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I have 4 of the four tines EZGIG on 4 different length poles. Will probably never need another, as these are really well made. Picked up 2 at Fastbreak in Okeechobee and 2 from Simple Heritage Outdoors in Bronson. I did hear that Nomytth (EZGig parent company) may be introducing a new gig pole, so I may not be done yet...

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Bob1120 wrote:Cowboy those gigs head are really nice. I had broken my gig pole while frogging and lost the head. I started looking on the web for a new one and decided to make my own but just can't justify spending that much on a gig head. I'm to cheap I guess. Made one out of 1/2 conduit and number 7 mustads. They worked great made an extra. I'm going to try and attach a photo.
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That's real nice. Good looking gig man.
Thanks for sharing that photo. Enjoyed getting a look at it.

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The first thing that I noticed is that you have to buy their tines for replacement. :roll:
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newoldglory wrote:The first thing that I noticed is that you have to buy their tines for replacement. :roll:

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