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Found 4 results

  1. Anyone using the 8WT for the salt? Anyone using the 7WT at all? Casted the 7WT and it was crisp, light and accurate. Unfortunately, most rods behave this way on the grass. Would like to hear some real world experiences.
  2. I have a new in tube and sock ECHO ION XL rod that I bought on a whim a few years back and have never gotten around to do more than lawn casting it. ( I have several other rods in his size/lineweight that I fish so this one is redundant.) This model is the 6100 and is a 10' 6 wt by marking. Truth be told, it seems to cast better with a 7 wt line. ( I had no trouble getting 85' lawn casts out of this rod with an old wf7f 444 sl. A better caster could do better I'm sure) The rod is fast action and light in hand. Good power in the butt section! It would make an excellent schoolie /shad rod . These retail for $160, I'll let this one go for $85 + $15 S/H . Or you can pick up in SE MA. I'll try to get some pictures up shortly but it's new intube (Tube even still has plastic sleave on it!)
  3. A rogue gust knocked me over in my kayak and I destroyed my 6wt on the rocks. Definitely the wind and NOT my idiocy, yes definitely. Looking for a new-to-me 6wt or 7wt. I’m about a $200 rod kind of guy but willing to pay for quality. Looks like I just missed out on a Recon that would have been great, what else is out there?
  4. For Sale: Brand new Cabela's LSi 11ft 7wt switch rod. Still has the shrink wrap on grips. Rod sock included. No tube. $185 shipped. Paypal only please. Will be shipped in a PVC tube.