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Fenwick Eagle Medalist Complete - 4-Piece Outfit

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    3 Reviews


    What are you waiting for?

    Whether you're putting together your first fly fishing kit or you want a spare rod setup for traveling or loaning to friends, you'd be hard-pressed to match the quality and affordability of the Fenwick Eagle Medalist Complete 4-Piece Outfit. This kit comes with a medium-fast action rod, comfortable cork grip, and a lightweight carbon reel pre-spooled with a weight-forward floating fly line and tapered leader, so all you need is a license, tippet, flies, and a trout-filled stream, and you're ready to start fishing. Designed with trout fishing in mind, this rod setup is versatile enough to fish everything from big, winding rivers to small mountain streams, and its quality and ease-of-use will satisfy beginners and diehards alike.

    • Just about everything you need to get out and start fishing
    • Medium-fast action rod is versatile and easy to learn with
    • Weight-forward floating fly line ideal for all-around trout fishing
    • Cork handle handle offers comfortable grip
    • Lightweight carbon reel seat keeps rod well balanced
    • Pre-spooled Pfleuger medalist reel is ready to start casting
    • Tapered leader is perfect for fishing dry flies and nymphing
    • Item #FNW0004

    Tech Specs

    Rod Length
    8 ft, 9 ft
    Rod Weight
    [8ft, 3/4wt] 4, [9ft, 5/6wt] 6, [8ft, 7/8wt] 8
    Reel Seats
    woven carbon, aluminum
    Rod Pieces
    Reel Material
    machined aluminum
    Drag System
    Fly Line Weight
    [8ft, 3/4wt] 4 wt, [9ft, 5/6wt] 5 wt, [8ft, 7/8wt] 8 wt
    Left-Handed Operation
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years limited

    Tech Specs

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    Great rod-med action

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The best part of this package is the rod. It has great flow and is a medium action that is forgiving for a beginner and yet sensitive and responsive for an experienced fly fisher.
    Reel is okay, but not so impressed by the line included.

    Great Setup, Great Value

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is my first flyrod setup (although I have been fishing for some time), and I love this setup. The package comes complete with just about everything you need, short of a box full of flies. The medium/fast action rod is forgiving for beginners, and gives room to progress as skills improve. The medalist reel is a tried and tested classic, and there is not much better than the sound of the click and pawl reel when a fish takes off with your fly. Overall, hard to beat the value you get with the Fenwick Eagle Medalist setup, whether you are a beginner, or a seasoned vet wanting to add another complete setup to your quiver.

    Unanswered Question

    How much does this entire package weight and what is the total length of the case. Needing dimensions for my backpack trio I'm about to head out on.

    Other than the fact it is 5wt, forward, tapered line, what backing and fly line come loaded on this outfit out of the box? Would you replace it with anything for both?
    If so, what would you recommend?

    Hey Rollingfox! Emory your personal gear head here. I am pretty sure it just comes loaded with generic 20lb dacron backing and a generic WF 5 floating line. Nothing brand specific. I am contacting Fenwick and Pfleuger and will let you know what they tell me. I would try the line out when you get the set up and see how it casts/performs and go from there. Based on that I can recommend a replacement line, if or when you are ready to replace it. Talk to you soon!