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Old 11-23-2012, 11:40 AM
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Default Re: Sage SPL 373 - for small streams, rivers

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Originally Posted by domel View Post
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I did not have this rod before, it was produced in 1997 so not many of my fried know it. I think I will fish with dries, nymphs, wets, small streamers. Not heavy flies. Assumption is short rod to be easy to carry in bush and tall grass and fish under tree branches. I was afraid that SPL #3 would be too delicate.
I think I will take it, friend offered me rod for equivalent of $200 - I think price is nice.
BR
Tom
Provided its in good shape the price is very good. The SPL (Sage SP - Light is the vernacular) is a light rod, no doubt. It's not going to throw double rigs very well if you plan on using a small indicator. But if you're going to throw dries, wets and single nymphs with a small amount of putty or something similar, it will be a nice stick to add to your quiver. Don't worry about a 3 wt. having enough power for trout, I've caught some large trout on my 3 wt's. I love 3 wt's and fishing them. I have 5 of 'em

Cheers,
Mike.
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