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Redington Predator Fly Rod w/ Tube

Redington Predator Fly Rod w/ Tube

$349.99
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The Redington Predator Fly Rod W/Tube is a 4-piece, fast-action fly rod designed to throw large flies and fight large predatory fish. Built with the intermediate to expert fly fisherman in mind, the components on the rod are designed to withstand the corrosive nature of saltwater.

Key Features:

  • Fast Action – This enables longer, more accurate casting.
  • Hard Wire Anodized Snake Guides – These guides are corrosion resistant and able to withstand harsh saltwater conditions.
  • Cordura Rod Tube – The included Cordura tube will protect the rod when traveling, or not in use.
  • Lifetime Warranty – This rod is covered by Redington's lifetime warranty.

Use Cases:

  • 5wt 9ft (590-4) is a good all-around rod for trout.
  • 6wt 9ft (690-4) is good for trout fishing on larger rivers and lakes.
  • 6wt 9ft 6in (696-4) is good for trout fishing on larger rivers and lakes.
  • 7wt 10ft (7100-4) is a great size for bass or smaller saltwater species.
  • 7wt 9ft (790-4) is a great size for bass or smaller saltwater species.
  • 8wt 9ft (890-4) is a good all-around saltwater rod for snook, redfish, bonefish smaller stripers, and blues.
  • 9wt 9ft (990-4) works well for larger saltwater species, as well as salmon and pike.
  • 10wt 9ft (1090-4) is a great size for delivering big flies to medium-sized saltwater species, such as tarpon, permit, barracuda, and albacore.
  • 11wt 9ft (1190-4) is a good rod for larger saltwater species such as tarpon.
  • 12wt 9ft (1290-4) is a great rod for larger tarpon or giant trevally.
  • 14wt 8ft (1481-4) is a two-handed rod for larger blue water species.
  • 12wt 9ft (1291-4) is a two-handed rod for larger blue water species.
Water type
Freshwater and Saltwater
Redington Predator Fly Rod w/ Tube
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Kendrick Wilson
Kendrick Wilson
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

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.

Hayden B.
Hayden B.
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The Redington Predator is the top salt water fly rod on the market in this price range. This thing shoots line like no other, making those long-haul casts easy. This is a fast action rod, designed to give you those long power casts you need on salt to cover a lot of open water. It's metal components are non-corrosive, which is usually a big problem on salt water. There's a reason this is our #1 sought-after salt rod.

Wade D.
Wade D.
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

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.

Logan L
Logan L
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This is Redington's rod that is specifically built for big game and saltwater species. A really great rod for chucking streamers.

Jake A
Jake A
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Streamer fishing larger rivers for large trout. Can also nymph well and handle larger dry flies, as well as large winds.