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Saltwater Fly Fishing Kit

Item # 419758
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Key Features

  • 4-piece 7/8 weight graphite rod

  • Preloaded disc drag reel

  • Includes line and flies

  • Comes with instructional DVD


Our Price   $114.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
scientific_anglers This Saltwater Fly Fishing Kit gives you everything you need to start your fly fishing adventures. The high quality 4-piece 7/8 weight graphite rod offers smooth and easy casting. The preloaded disc drag reel comes ready to fish with the included line and the flies are designed to work perfectly for redfish, bonefish, and other light saltwater species. Kit also includes a special 2-in-1 DVD with "Fly Fishing Made Easy" and "Panfish and Bass with Larry Dahlberg."
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  • Q:

    How long are these rods? How many guides do the rods have? Are the reels right or left hand retrieved. Who makes these rods and reels?
    Asked on 7/12/2010 by Anonymous

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    • A:

      the rod is 9 ft long, with 10 guides,and the reel is a left handed retrieve. They are both made by scientific anglers.

      Answered on 1/3/2011 by Andrew from galveston, tx
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