Hardy Uniqua Fly Fishing Rod - 4-Piece, 9’ 4-6wt

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About Hardy Uniqua Fly Fishing Rod - 4-Piece, 9’ 4-6wt

Closeouts. Hardy's most affordable rod, the Uniqua fly fishing rod offers top-tier performance at a great value. Easy loading, sharp recovery blanks are complemented by a premium AAAA cork handle, Fuji strip guides and chrome snake intermediate guides.


Specs about Hardy Uniqua Fly Fishing Rod - 4-Piece, 9’ 4-6wt

  • Line weight: 4, 5, 6
  • Length: 9'
  • Number of pieces: 4
  • Flex action: Tip/Fast
  • Grip: Reverse half wells
  • Type of grip: One handed
  • Reel seat: Up locking
  • Reel seat material: Anodized aluminum
  • Rod material: Graphite
  • Guide material: Chrome-plated
  • Rod case: Yes
  • Rod case material: PVC with nylon fabric cover
  • Weight: 3.2 oz.
  • Recommended use: Freshwater
  • Made in Korea, Republic of
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4.125000 5 Overall Rating: 4.1 Based on 8 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by RJ from Apalachacola, FL on Wednesday, July 25, 2012
purchased this rod after reading the terrible review here (Hardy does not make junk). I spent a week trout fishing on the Hiwassee and Taccoa rivers without any problems with this rod.

Do not hesitate to get this rod, you won't be disappointed!

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  • Reviewed by MC from Colorado on Friday, August 2, 2013
    This is my travel rod and so far it works well. Looks well built and feels light.
  • Reviewed by billD from Denmark on Tuesday, June 11, 2013
    This rod lives up to its rep but the service from Sierra is poor. They did not charge the postage ... you'd think that was part of the deal bearing in mind they post everything! The ncludsion of postage meant I could have got it cheaper here in Denmark!! Not quite the deal I thought.
  • Reviewed by Living on the Breeches! from Pennsylvania on Monday, May 6, 2013
    The quality of this rod is exceptional! I have fished high end rods costing 3 times the price and in my estimation, the Hardy is every bit as good as any of my other rods. I think with some more use, it will become my favorite. Off to a good start on my native/wild trout limestone streams in central PA where I live.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Old Trout Stalker from Lakeland, FL on Friday, January 25, 2013
    Despite the modest price, this rod lives up to the Hardy name. Beautifully finished with a quality cork grip, even the rod tube and sleeve say "Quality." The rod casts nicely--not like a $700 Hardy, but then I didn't pay anywhere near $700 for it! Bought this rod as a travel rod, and I'm 100% satisfied. Price to value is unsurpassed.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jim from Angola, in on Thursday, January 24, 2013
    Sierra Trading Post's Hardy Uniqua rods are high quality and affordably priced. I fish for Steelhead, Salmon and Brown trout 40 to 50 days a year on the Michigan trout streams. After using a Hardy Uniqua 10ft 8wt Chuck and Ducking for salmon this fall I bought 5 other Hardy rods in various lengths and wt's. These are high quality, light, strong, long casting rods, that out perform the top selling brands.
    Thanks Sierra Trading Post for having these available at affordable prices!

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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.