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Praised worldwide for its user-friendly action, highly responsive carbon blanks, and classic look, the Greys GRXi+ Four-Piece Fly Rod delivers precision casting at a tremendous value.

  • Modular carbon construction delivers a feather-light rod and just the right amount of flex and lightning-fast action
  • High-grade cork and composite handle deliver a precise feel
  • Saltwater-safe double-nut reel seat keeps your reel locked down
  • Section line-up marks let you assemble and sight your rod in seconds
  • Triangular-shaped Cordura rod tube features internal dividers and allows for easy transport and storage
  • Available with the RHW (Reverse Half Wells) handle and FW + EH (Full Wells with Extension Handle)
  • A Reverse Half Wells handle has a larger front end that provides better grip for larger hands
  • A Full Wells handle with Extension Handle provides hand support at the rear and front of the rod, gives you more leverage, and allows you to cast longer and fight larger fish
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Great Value

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

4wt 8'0"

Update : This has been a really fun rod to fish, its acutally pretty powerful for a 4 st and you can throw a moderately weighted bounce rig with ease. I real enjoy roll casting this rod as well with its quick tip.

Had a chance to take this fun rod out a few times over the weekend. It's got a great feel to it and a very quick tip. Controlling the line and drift is amazingly easy. Have only been able to throw some nymph rigs so far, but can't wait to throw some dries. The rod feels as though it will have great touch for small to medium size dries.

Great Value

Simply "wow".

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I have the 8' 4wt. and am singing its praises. I have been fly tossing for over 30 years, so I've cast a lot of rods and can shoot a full line when called for, so I feel justified in saying that this will hold its own with anything in the $300-$400 range. Light, powerful, and with a reasonably sensitive tip by today's super fast standards. It actually casts much better with a 5.5wt. line and strong double haul than with a 4wt. line, and shoots ridiculously tight loops. It makes a solid 5wt. rod, actually.

The components and build quality are very good and appealing, regardless of price. Even an experienced caster should have a hard time justifying spending another $550 for a top-end rod which gives very little improvement in performance over this model.

Recommended to me as a beginners rod

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I don't have much experience with fly-fishing, but after suffering at the hand of my friends' beratement for long enough I had them recommend a rod for me as a beginner. This is the rod they recommended and I haven't used it much but as someone who's just learning to fly fish I've had good luck with it.

The reason they recommended it to me is that the places where I join them in fishing, there tends to not be a lot of room for a longer rod. Plus it tends to get windy and the action on this rod is easier to cast in windy conditions.

I've had some good luck with it so far and hopefully will have more in the future.

Recommended to me as a beginners rod

Very Powerful Rod!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

After reading the 5 Weight Shootout by Yellowstone Angler, I bought the Greys GRXi+ in a 9' 5 weight with the intention of using it as a 6 wt. rod. It is an amazingly powerful rod, and throws the WF6W line with ease and accuracy. One thing to be a little careful of, the stiffness of the tip means you need to have a light touch when setting the hook with light (6X) leader. I forgot and broke a fish off yesterday at the set. Other than that, it is a well built, sturdy, good looking rod and a super deal for the price. Don't be afraid to overline it.

I just bought this rod in a 8 wt. for...

I just bought this rod in a 8 wt. for salmon fishing (sockeye, coho) on rivers in Alaska. Any recommendations for a reel to pair with it? I'm a newbie when it comes to fly fishing, so I'm looking for something sturdy/functional yet inexpensive.

what kind of reel would I need

what kind of reel would I need

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Hey Lynn, it depends on what kind of fishing you're doing and the weight rod you have. I think for a less expensive trout reel the Greys GX300 (GEY0013) is a great option. If you want to step it up to machined aluminum for light weight and durability as well as getting a better enclosed drag, I'd look at the Hardy Ultralite DD (HDY0016).