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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Help me find Redington CT 2wt/3wt

    Sierra trading post.com had them at $65 but their inventory varies by the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phishaolic View Post
    The clymb no longer has them, they are sold out and I only ever saw the 5wt. I think that I might just pick up the 3wt 8'6" from Cabelas, then look for an Echo Carbon 2wt 7'3". I was bidding on one ebay and the seller pulled the rod 12 hours from the end.
    I got a CT 4 wt from the Clymb a few weeks ago. Got lucky I guess.

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    I just picked up the 3wt 8'6 from Cabelas today for $75 shipped they had free shipping on all orders thru 12/4. Now I need a spare spool from orvis battenkill III I am going to watch ebay for one.

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    Default Re: Help me find Redington CT 2wt/3wt

    Quote Originally Posted by phishaolic View Post
    I just picked up the 3wt 8'6 from Cabelas today for $75 shipped they had free shipping on all orders thru 12/4. Now I need a spare spool from orvis battenkill III I am going to watch ebay for one.
    I have a spare spool for a BBS III black and brand new that I would sell. Let me know if you are interested.

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    So what is the "gem" rod of the range then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saflyfish View Post
    So what is the "gem" rod of the range then?
    First of all welcome to the forum. The "gem" is going to be completely dependent on your intended use. I don't think many of us have cast more than a few of them. My streams are ridiculously tight for casting due to streamside brush. A 3WT 7-6 is my favorite rod. Add some rod length if your conditions allow and it will cast farther. Many fans of the 3WT and 4WT in the 8 to 8-6 lengths. Only complaints I have ever read on the net for any CT were longer 5WT CTs. Just a little too whippy for some folks, others like them just fine. Hope that helped.

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