George Maurer catalog

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George Maurer catalog

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Does anyone have a catalog of George Maurer's rod from the 2000 era?
If so you could please post them here? Thank you!

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I sent you a PM!

One thing to note is that George always seemed to be experimenting; I didn't buy many of his rods, but the few I did purchase were not on his standard list, but hand written in by him. My point is, even if you have a rod from 2000, it is very possible that rod is not in the catalog listing of the same vintage. Or ever. If that makes sense? Not that you asked........ Sorry,,,,,,,, Too many zoom meetings today, me mind is muddled!

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Thank you guys!
Amazing that George's website is still viewable!

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To my knowledge, Wyatt Dietrich and George's daughters put the site up as it now exists in honor of George. Wyatt made some Sweet Water rods to George's specifications under an agreement with the daughters until he retired from rodmaking in 2014.

Several Maurer rods have made it to the secondary market recently.
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