About Redington Path Rod and Reel Combo - 2-Piece
Closeouts. Paired with a strong, pre-spooled aluminum reel and a lightweight graphite blank, this Redington Path fly rod and reel combo is a value-conscious way to set up a whole outfit for a beginning fisher, or keep as a second for more experienced anglers.
Specs about Redington Path Rod and Reel Combo - 2-Piece
- Reel: Disc drag, aluminum frame with durable polymer spool, pre-spooled with fly line and backing; Rod Action: Medium Fast
- Number of pieces: 2
- Grip: Full wells
- Type of grip: One handed
- Fighting butt: Yes
- Type of cork: Grade A
- Reel seat: Up locking
- Reel seat material: Anodized aluminum
- Spacer material: Anodized aluminum
- Rod material: Graphite
- Guide material: Titanium oxide
- Rod case: Yes
- Rod case material: PVC with nylon fabric cover
- Recommended use: Freshwater
- Made in China
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Old fisherman from Colorado on Thursday, July 5, 2018This rod combo seems to be just what I wanted. It is the second Redington rod I've purchased the first being a 3/4 weight which I really enjoy, and this one, though being an 8 weight seems to be every bit as enjoyable. Will hopefully be trying it on freshwater stripers in a couple of months, and I'm really looking forward to testing the rod on those bruisers.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Just me from Buffalo,Ny on Thursday, July 5, 2018This rod comes with a decent warrant from Reddington which make reliable products. The rod itself is an 8wt to be used for salmon in the lower Niagara river and is capable of saltwater fishing because if the anodized aluminum. I wish it was a 4pc instead of 2 for traveling purposes but it was on sale at STP for $75 for rod , reel and case. The reel is ok as far as construction...all cast aluminum and seams it would last a few years. The drag is some thing I would watch for ...small salmon or steelhead I think it would be suffice but a large chinook or saltwater bonefish might show the drags true colors. I think for the price considering they preload the reel with Rio Mainstream Fly line is a bargain. Buy it learn with it, use it as a backup because some people just can’t afford a $2000 fly rod from the get go
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Teh from Louisiana on Tuesday, July 3, 2018I've used this setup on several trips to below our local dam and have caught many bass with it. It has preformed most excellently.
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