Thanks for all of the replies. Getting feedback from actual fly fishers beats reading reviews anyday.
Yeah, All I have ever done for the returns is take it in there and say it broke-they look up and see that it has a 25 year warrenty and no questions asked.
as much that can be said about them I have always had very good customer service with cableas. the staff at the Dundee MI store has been great.
Besides what is the difference between snapping a rod on a hang up or on a fish.
To me the only difference is that I'd be the only guy in the room telling the truth.
Yeah, I was drifting stone fly nymphs for stellhead in the Big Manistee a couple weekends ago and I was really trying to get across the water snagged a branch and snap. Oh I wonder if the fact that it was 4 degrees out had anything to do with it. Brrrrrrrrrrrrr. Tough condidtions. No steelhead either. booooo
I do like the little dancing frog
How does that Echo Ion cast?
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the frst l tech snapped after I tripped over a stump in the heavy stained river.
I'd be a good product tester
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Originally Posted by noreaster
I've found that many of the larger stores, like LL Bean, and Cabela's are less interested in bickering with you about the details, and more interested with keeping you happy and spending in the future. The money that Bean has lost in replacing and shipping waders is probably insane. I'm considering purchasing a pair and getting in on that iron clad warranty. I know I am still pleased with their Large Arbor reel I bought last year. Pretty hard to find fault with this company, quality wise.
That LL BEAN flagship store in Maine is awesome. Great way to spend a morning with a cup of coffee. Or anytime since its open 24/7 365