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 Post subject: Homer Jennings
PostPosted: 01/20/20 19:29 • # 1 
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Hi, does anyone have the contact info for Homer Jennings? A phone number or email would be great.. I appreciate it, Charles


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 Post subject: Re: Homer Jennings
PostPosted: 01/20/20 19:44 • # 2 
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Then as it was, then again it will be. Though the course may change sometimes, rivers always reach the sea. - Led Zeppelin, 10 Years Gone

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 Post subject: Re: Homer Jennings
PostPosted: 05/08/20 03:11 • # 3 
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Anyone knows if Homer is still active? I would appreciate if anyone could PM his email address, i think it has changed sometime.
I have one of his rods, that needs a little work done.

Lasse


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 Post subject: Re: Homer Jennings
PostPosted: 05/08/20 08:47 • # 4 
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viewtopic.php?f=63&t=93445&p=690819&hilit=homer+texas#p690819


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 Post subject: Re: Homer Jennings
PostPosted: 05/13/20 22:13 • # 5 
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Just exchanged emails with Homer this week....He's doing OK and working on rod orders.


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PostPosted: 05/16/20 18:33 • # 6 
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I recently acquired serial #21 of Homer's work, an 8' 2/1 #7 "Trutta" he made in the UK in 1976. I sent him these pictures and asked about the ferrules and he replied he used brass for 4 or 5 years because at that time NiAg was $$$. The rod is in mint condition which is pretty amazing for its age and the ferrule fit is still perfect. I bought it from LC to fight the spring winds in NM and because it's kinda' neat to have Homer's early work.

Mark
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 Post subject: Re: Homer Jennings
PostPosted: 05/20/20 07:33 • # 7 
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Wonderful rodmaker. Beautiful styling.


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 Post subject: Re: Homer Jennings
PostPosted: 05/20/20 15:23 • # 8 
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I saw that rod on the site....now I have "non-buyers" remorse...you snooze - you lose.


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