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Won't break the bank, but it will help you bag some bronze backs down at the water.

Trout are your target, and the river you fish in is tight. You'll need a rod that's precise but reliable, something like the Redington Classic Trout 6-Piece Fly Rod. Although not a specialist like some of the beefier choices out there, this medium-action rod is a practical workhorse. It excels at short, precise casts, puts the fly right where you need it, and pulls it back with ultimate responsiveness. And should you need to lay out a long bit of line, you'll find it can do that too. Sure, there are more expensive rods, but this is the versatile, go-to rod you'll reach for every time.
  • Durable, machined aluminum reel seat keeps this rod light in your hand and strong when you're fighting a catch
  • Grade A Portuguese cork feels buttery-smooth and comfortable in your hand from the first cast to the last
  • Toray Japanese graphite offers ultimate durability and flex without a weight penalty
  • Alignment dots and ferrule designations make it easy to set up this rod to your preference
  • Reverse Half Wells handle has a larger front end that provides better grip for larger hands

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5 5

Great Travel Rod

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I needed a rod to take with on a plane for a fishing trip, and also wanted one that I could put in my motorcycle saddle bags for local trips. I purchased a cheap one that ended up with a loose reel seat, and after returning it, decided to spend a few dollars more and get something of better quality. I had heard great things about the Redington CT 4-piece rods and figured I would give the 6-piece travel rod a try. I am glad I did! It packed easily in my carry-on bag and performed very nicely on the river. I would definitely recommend this rod to anyone who wants one that packs to a convenient length and still casts a fly line beautifully.

Loving it.

Loving it.

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Turnin some flies on a gorgeous day.

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Awesome picture AJM !!!

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5 5

Impressive.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The main reason I picked up this rod was to have a good all around 5wt 9' rod for backpacking around central Oregon. I recently went on a 3 day trip to the Crooked River where size 18-20 flies are the norm. This rod casts impressively well. It has a very limber feel to it yet it is still very stable. Loop control was great and casts pretty well in the wind. I love the delicate presentation this rod allowed. I have a feeling I will be using this more than just a backpacking rod.

Something to note is that Redington is owned by Sage and the quality definitely shows and for the cost of this rod, it is a steal. It might lack in the technology department but I don't know where they shaved costs on making this rod but its a good one to have and lite on the wallet. And it comes with the case! Which is another bonus.

With that being said the only complaint I have is the alignment dots for aligning each section is way off. I'm used to not having them but with 6 pieces, this rod can take some time being put together. But any good fisherman will have some patience :) None the less not worth losing a star on this review.

Impressive.

does this product include the case?

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does this product include the case?

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I believe this should come with a divided brown ballistic nylon rod tube