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whatever someone will pay for it. That's the beauty of ebay. By posting it here, you likely just raised its value! LOL.
Depends on how used it is etc.
That's a good rod. I hate bidding on things that have a minimum price unless they list what that price is. Personally I think it is stupid for sellers to do that becuase I think a lot of buyers get turned off by it. If you want a minimum amount, make that the starting bid and then leave it open so top bid wins.
 

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Actually, I don't want this combo. Wait... let me correct the last statement, I want it but I shouldn't. If my Misses found out that I won this, she will set a hook on my lip and use that 75yard free spider wire to drag me around the neighborhood.

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I think the rod if it was new is like 200+ dollars and the reel is 100+...

I agree with you with on reserved price Husky.
 

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I use the same setup. Very lightweight and capable of casting over 100 yards. New the rod costs $160 and the reel costs $100. The rod pictured is an earlier model, more than 3 years old.
 
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