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  1. Default WTB 4 wt 7'6" TFO signature series or finesse series rod

    Or anything of similar or better quality in the 4 wt category between 6 feet and 8 feet. I don't want to go longer than 8 feet because I will use it in small creeks and rivers.

    Used or gently used.

    Thanks

    Alex

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    Default Re: WTB 4 wt 7'6" TFO signature series or finesse series rod

    if you're flexible on weight, i've a 3wt allen Xa 7'6 for sale.
    Used once. Basically brand new.
    $120 shipped. I bought it for small creeks, but only fished them once all year. Cant justify holding on to it.

    Let me know.

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    Thanks s font. I'm gonna see if anything in the 4 wt shows up in the up coming days. Also, I don't know that much about different rod makers so I've got to research the Allen rods. Right now their site is offline so I'll have to look them up tomorrow. Oh and looks like Big Ben and the steelers pulled off another one.

    ---------- Post added at 09:48 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:42 PM ----------

    Hmmm their site....gonna look into this rod.


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    Default Re: WTB 4 wt 7'6" TFO signature series or finesse series rod

    no worries. They have a big following on this forum.

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    Want to buy a 7'9" 4 wt. Any brand.

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    No longer needed. Picked up a LK TFO 4wt 7'9" finesse series with a BVK I reel in moss green. So happy!

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    How has that setup been working out for you? I've ordered the same, but with the 8' 9" rod. I'm thinking of exchanging it for the 7' 9" length. I mostly fish small to mid size rivers and the occasional lake. How is the setup casting for you, and what line or lines have tried with it?

    Thanks.

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