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stl_geoff 09-23-2013 08:34 AM

WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
Looking for possible trades on my Redington CT 5wt. I bought it earlier this year, its been fished maybe 4-5 times at best. The action is just too slow for me. I like a faster rod. ( hmm :eek: ) Anyway....looking to possibly trade it for a 4wt or equal price range. I can provide pictures of it if needed. Thanks.

s fontinalis 09-23-2013 09:21 AM

Re: WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
length might be an important factor to include:) ; some folks like 9' others and 8'6

I got an 8'6 5 wt CT, so i guess you're not looking to trade for that....and a 7'6 5wt CGR, but since you're looking faster rod, i guess glass aint the way to go either...


Good luck with the trade, i'm sure someone will take you up on the offer.

mridenour 09-23-2013 09:24 AM

Re: WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
I have a Cabela's Traditional II 9' 5WT that I have for a back-up rod. I'm sure it is faster than the CT. I'd be willing to trade it and throw in a little moolah.

stl_geoff 09-23-2013 11:20 AM

Re: WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by s fontinalis (Post 594712)
length might be an important factor to include:) ; some folks like 9' others and 8'6

I got an 8'6 5 wt CT, so i guess you're not looking to trade for that....and a 7'6 5wt CGR, but since you're looking faster rod, i guess glass aint the way to go either...


Good luck with the trade, i'm sure someone will take you up on the offer.

Thats an excellent point, I THINK its the 9'....i will have to check it again tonight. I dont really need another 5wt, Ive got a TCX in that flavor, I just have a hard time using that rod in non-fancy places haha.

stl_geoff 09-28-2013 07:43 PM

Re: WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
Confirmed tonight, the rod is a 9', its also the 4 piece variety.

I also wouldn't be opposed to outright selling it with some Scientific Anglers GPX ( I think ) line to go with it, since I want a 4.

delopez 09-28-2013 08:25 PM

Re: WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
stl,

If this were a 480, I would totally jump on this. I need a driftless area rod.

itchmesir 09-28-2013 09:49 PM

Re: WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
Lopez. The 8'6" 3wt is a great rod for our driftless waters. I can toss double nymphs with an indy and I throw a leech pattern that gets a 5mm conehead and 20 wraps of .20 lead with no issues. Also lays out a dry nicely.

delopez 09-28-2013 10:05 PM

Re: WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
Itch, where are you at I I'm the driftless area? Iowa?

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itchmesir 09-28-2013 10:59 PM

Re: WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
Minnesota but seeing as trout closes here on the 30th... I'll be spending more time than normal in Iowa.

delopez 09-29-2013 08:04 AM

Re: WTT - Redington CT 5wt
 
Nice. I hit spring and turtle a lot.

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