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- Redington Vice Collection Combo
- Redington Classic Trout Fly Rod
- Redington Vice Rod w/ Tube
- Redington Predator Fly Rod w/ Tube
- Redington Topo Combo
- Redington Trace Fly Rod
- Redington Crux Fly Rod
- Redington Strike Nymphing Fly Rod
- Redington Minnow Combo
- Redington Claymore Rod
Redington Vice Collection Combo
The Redington Vice comes with a medium-fast action that will be perfect for the angler just starting to fly fish. A 5wt 9 foot rod will be perfect for fishing in Colorado using dry flies, small nymphs and streamers. The reel will also come loaded with a fly line matched to the rod for easier casting.
Everything included, ready to go, higher-end rod/reel made with quality materials. Will last several years as you become a better fly angler. Very versatile rod.
Awesome dry fly and nymph fishing rod, extremely well-balanced and can present dry flies and nymphs accurately and delicately. Easy to cast.
Redington Classic Trout Fly Rod
One of the best entry-level rods, hands down. This rod has successfully helped many anglers step up their game and catch more fish. Easy, accessible action helps you improve your accuracy and tighten your loop. Casts dry flies as well as nymphs and smaller buggers with ease!
Great for fishing smaller streams, throwing single dries or light weight rigs. Entry level rod with medium to fast action. Great rod for beginners looking to get into the sport without breaking the bank.
8 foot 3 weight rod is great for small streams and ponds. Super fun to catch fish on! Very easy casting rod! Awesome price and packs down to 6 pieces! Good for trout, panfish, and bass.
Redington Vice Rod w/ Tube
Do-all work horse of a rod, will handle everything from hopper dropper and heavy nymph rigs, to small to medium size streamers.
A great, fast-action rod to really cast out bigger flies. Good for big water and big fish.
Saltwater species like stripers and redfish, freshwater salmon, and steelhead.
Redington Predator Fly Rod w/ Tube
This is an excellent value rod with the power to cast heavy tapered lines with big flies and control hard-fighting species. It's outfitted with saltwater components to hold up to the corrosion of the saltwater environment. Perfect rod for heavy streamer fishing, light flats and inshore species, and warm water species like carp and bass.
This rod has a fast action that packs a lot of power. The fast action allows this rod to cast heavy lines and large flies with ease. This rod can be used in fresh and saltwater settings. This rod is available in one or two handed versions along with the option of having a fighting butt that helps reduce arm fatiuge when fighting big fish.
This is Redington's rod that is specifically built for big game and saltwater species. A really great rod for chucking streamers.
Redington Topo Combo
This Combo has everything you need to get started. It comes with a great Redington rod backed with a good warranty. The reel is a Crosswater reel with a large arbor frame that is unbeatable for the price. And to top it off, it comes with line, a tapered leader, and some flies to get started. Great for beginners and new to the sport enthusiasts. The best way to get into the sport!
This is an all-inclusive kit - rod, reel, fly line, & tippet. It specializes in moderate sized fish across a spectrum of fisheries, fresh to salt. Practice on your casting skills.
A good entry-level rod and reel that's great for all types of trout.
Redington Trace Fly Rod
The Trace is designed for trout anglers, and offers refined medium-fast action that will provide fantastic accuracy and sensitivity. Good for fishing dry flies and small nymphs.
9' 6 WT. Designed for chasing trout. This is one of Redington's new rods. Sturdy, but it will present light flies with elegance and ease.
Streamers, Nymphs, Dries. An all around great trout rod.
Redington Crux Fly Rod
This is Redington's high end rod with all their new technologies- Angled key cork grip for casting all day, thinner blank for cutting through air and new line speed taper for effortless mid range casts.
Faster action rod that cast way above its price range. Perfect for drys and nymphs. Has enough back bone for bead head nymphs, and is very accurate in tight spaces.
Redington Strike Nymphing Fly Rod
Dry flies, nymphs, wet flies and smaller streamers. This is a great rod at a friendly price. A little extra length will allow you to push those casts a little further especially in open backcast areas or still water fishing. You will get awesome accuracy from this rod and a warranty program that really keeps consumers in mind.
That extra length for you and for the lakes and big rivers - extra reach for extra distance and control on the water.
Redington Minnow Combo
The Redington Minnow is specifically designed for younger anglers with a shorter length (8'0") and a medium action. This is a great rod to improve casting techniques, but it has enough performance and power to keep you satisfied as you become an expert caster. And although this rod is designed for anglers of shorter stature, this has enough power to cast a wide variety of flies for trout, panfish, and bass. This is a quality, affordable 8' 5 weight for anglers of any age!
Redington Claymore Rod
If you wanted to give swinging for trout a try this is an awesome rod to get going - it's not too expensive compared to some other trout spey setups and has the reliability and durability that comes with Redington products. Super fun way to cover big water and target bigger trout
This rod would be a great fit for top water, and small creeks and rivers. This will have the flexibility to reach the hard spots in the water and get your fly right where you want it. You can use it on the lake if you need but it is mainly designed for "the perfect shot".
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