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Default Cabelas Clear Creek Rods

This might have been asked before, but I'll ask again:

Who makes the Cabelas Clear Creek fly rods for Cabelas? Or, rather, did as they have removed them from their catalog.

Any opinions? I have a line on a 2wt for a good price....
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Default Re: Cabelas Clear Creek Rods

They're made somewhere in Asia.
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