Hardy Uniqua Double-Hand Fly Fishing Rod - 4-Piece, 13’ 8wt

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Overview

About Hardy Uniqua Double-Hand Fly Fishing Rod - 4-Piece, 13’ 8wt

Closeouts. Thanks to a sophisticated 30/40 tone carbon mix construction, anglers employing the Hardy' Uniqua double-hand fly fishing rod will enjoy extremely fast loading, quick recovery and versatile, capable performance with every design of fly line.

Specs

Specs about Hardy Uniqua Double-Hand Fly Fishing Rod - 4-Piece, 13’ 8wt

  • Line weight: 8
  • Length: 13'
  • Number of pieces: 4
  • Flex action: Tip/Fast
  • Grip: Full wells
  • Type of grip: Two handed
  • Fighting butt: Yes
  • Type of cork: AAAA grade cork
  • Reel seat: Down locking
  • Reel seat material: Anodized aluminum
  • Rod material: Carbon and graphite
  • Guide material: Chrome-plated
  • Rod case: Yes
  • Rod case material: PVC with nylon fabric cover
  • Weight: 8.2 oz.
  • Recommended use: Saltwater,Freshwater
  • Made in Korea, Republic of
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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 3 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by mmc from TOUKYO on Friday, January 24, 2014
Though it is very soft, it is a rod with the power.
The green of the finish is clean, too.
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About Hardy

The story behind Hardy fishing rods and reels began in the early 1870s, when William Hardy and his brother started a gunsmithing business in Alnwick, Northumberland. Although they made a good living in northern England producing high-quality firearms, it wasn’t long before the brothers’ passion for fishing precipitated a change of direction for the company, and Hardy rods and reels were the result. Hardy was the first tackle company to build and market hexagonal bamboo rods and also introduced the first large-arbor reels in 1911. Hardy fishing gear, rods, reels and bags are simply some of the best.