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Thread: WTB: 7 or 8 wt spey rod

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    Default WTB: 7 or 8 wt spey rod

    Looking to spend around $250-$400 for a 4-piece rod. Specifically z-axis 7136 or perhaps similar Beulah or Hogan rods.
    Last edited by WinterrunRon; 02-11-2017 at 08:50 PM.
    fly: Very light artificial fly fishing lure of which there are two types: the dry fly which isn't supposed to sink the way it just did; and the wet fly, which shouldn't be floating up on the surface like that. An Angler's Dictionary.

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    what happened to the Beulah?

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    Several better spey casters than I highly recommend the Redington Chromer; at $400 it's good value.
    Robert

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    from my experience the 7 wt is great for the continental northwest. once you venture into B.C. the 8 wt is the rod to have, although if just one will do the 7 wt is the one.

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