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Old 07-27-2011, 10:26 AM
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Default Re: Is there a Fly Rod that you wouldn't part with?

Of my rod collection, there are four that I would not replace.
  • Sage SLT 8'3" 3 weight - The length and action works for the small stream waters that I fish.
  • Anderson Custom Rods Steelhead 12'9" 6 weight - It is a great all around Steelhead rod for Northern California and Southern Oregon.
  • Sage TCR 9' 8 weight - It is a smooth casting rod with lots of power. This is my main Striped Bass rod.
  • Scott S3S 8'8" 10 weight - This is my favorite saltwater stick. It is deadly accurate with lots of power. I also use this for freshwater stripers when I need to use heads in excess of 400 grains.

Dennis
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