Redington Claymore Rod
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The Redington Claymore Rod is a fast action, two-handed rod that intermediate to advanced spey anglers would use. This rod comes as both a switch and spey rod and covers all aspects of two-handed fishing. The powerful butt can easily handle shooting heads and the tip is sensitive to detect strikes.
- Lifetime Warranty – This rod comes with a lifetime warranty.
- Pinch Grip Sections – Polymer pinch grip sections on the top and bottom grip aid in line management.
- Cordura Rod Tube – The protective rod tube provides a safe travel and storage option.
- 2wt 11ft (2110-4) is a micro trout spey rod.
- 3wt 13ft (3130-4) is a micro trout spey.
- 4wt 11ft-6in (4116-4) is a trout spey rod.
- 5wt 12ft-3in (5123-4) is a trout spey rod for larger rivers.
- 6wt 11ft-6in (6116-4) is switch rod good for larger streams or throwing streamers.
- 6wt 12ft-6in (6126-4) is good spey rod for larger streamers.
- 7wt 11ft-6in (7116-4) is switch rod good for steelhead or bass.
- 7wt 12ft-6in (7126-4) is good spey rod for steelhead.
- 7wt 13ft-6in (7136-4) is good spey rod for steelhead and smaller salmon.
- 8wt 11ft-6in (8116-4) is good switch rod for steelhead and salmon.
- 8wt 13ft-6in (8136-4) is a spey rod good for salmon fishing.
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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".