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Redington Butterstick II Fly Rod

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    Butterstick II Fly Rod

    The Butterstick II Fly Rod is the next iteration in a series that has been generations in the making. This throwback line features Redington's Heritage Taper—a traditional fiberglass design that utilized T-Glass construction and a shorter length. The Butterstick features a slow action that complements its fiberglass material and provides the angler with a soft feel and a gentle presentation. Its shorter length (in ratio to the rod weight) makes navigating tight spaces and bushwhacking easier, while its 3-piece design makes it easy to pack with you no matter where your adventure takes you.

    • Traditional fiberglass rod for anglers
    • Slow action has a soft, old-school feel
    • T-Glass construction features retro cosmetics
    • Shorter length makes tight spaces easier to manage
    • 3-piece design makes traveling easy
    • Includes a cordura rod tube with dividers
    • Item #RNG0030

    [1wt] 5ft 9in, [2wt] 6ft, [3wt] 7ft, [4wt] 7ft 6in, [5wt] 8ft
    Heritage Taper
    Rod Weight
    1wt, 2wt, 3wt, 4wt, 5wt
    Claimed Weight
    [1wt, 2wt] 1.9oz, [3wt] 2.6oz, [4wt] 2.8oz, [5wt] 3.1oz
    Recommended Use
    river fishing, stillwater fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    >Rating: 5


    Great glass rod. Still getting used to the action coming from a much faster rod. Lots of fun for dries.

    >Rating: 5

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

    I’m in love with this glass rod. It’s made me slow down a bit. I can feel the change in the water seam, current, and had to relearn to feel my loops when casting. The feel of a brown taking my fly it’s a lot like grabbing the cat by the tail.