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Old 09-27-2012, 02:45 PM
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A 'Baby Boo' is a good thing, even the "Zhu" china rods aren't bad at all.

But ..... I probably shouldn't say this ....... But the Cabela's all in kits are cheap as chips and in the light weight rods are darned good value for the money.





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+1 on cabelas rods. I have a 3wt 7.5 tqr series and it's my go to very small Creek rod. Definitely user friendly but I'd like it to be a little slower. I'd like to cast one of their glass rod series but the trip is a long one.

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+1 on ct rods. Just got a 4wt 8 and it has such a sweet action. Definitely check it out, you can get fantastic deals right now on the discontinued ct. Sierra trading Post namely. Maybe use the extra cash for a sweet new hardy dd. And super nice line. I picked the ct over every other rod I cast save the Scott s4 and g2 and including orvis' medium action trout specific rod.
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Default Re: 3wt fly rod

One of my favorite all-around 3 wt. rods for native Brookies is my 7'6" Sage ZXL. Good in almost all conditions and easy to cast in tight or long. Great feel with a fish on and light in the hand.

If I know my spot, and it's not going to be surrounded by too much brush, then I pull out my 6'0" Payne 95 taper cane rod. Paired with a reel like the Hardy Featherweight and a DT line, it's just a magical streamside combination.

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Winston WT 7 1/2 ft and A Sweetgrass 5'8" 3wt are my all time go to 3 wt's
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