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Re: Made in America????

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Ya, it looks like their higher end models are "made in the USA," but like other companies, the lower end models are not.

Posted on: 2013/3/10 12:17


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Good for you for trying to buy American-made products. I think all the rod choices you were given are good ones. I, too, finally bought a pair of Simms waders, the next-to-cheapest (they were still pretty darned expensive) pair, and they were made in America. I think only the least expensive ones are not made in the USA.
Anyhow, good luck in coming up with American-made stuff, and good for you for trying.

Posted on: 2013/3/10 12:18


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I prefer to buy made in America or England, but it has minor influence when I'm making a purchase decision.

Posted on: 2013/3/10 12:47


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don't forget,eagle claw hooks are made in the USA.a great option for tyers !

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also,there are tons of american,even pennsylvanian ,bamboo rod makers.

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Like I said I definitely want the best bang for the buck so with all things being equal if I can buy "Made in America!" I prefer it.... Glad to hear about Sage... Pretty sweet hearing America still makes the high quality stuff....

Posted on: 2013/3/10 15:17


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This raingear is made in the US.

http://www.kooldrirainwear.com/



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St croix has very reasonably priced "value" rods that are made in tge US.

Posted on: 2013/3/10 19:48


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Check out the Sage Approach, lower priced, made in American and a sweet rod for the money.

Posted on: 2013/3/10 21:56


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jbomb wrote:
What about Reddington rods?


Redington is owned by Sage. Redington rods are made overseas; I like to think that Redington is the Sage answer for the budget-minded angler and that allows them to dance around the overseas issue because its run through a different company. I own quite a few Redington rods and they are excellent rods for the money. I would not pay $100 just to have the rods say Made in the USA on them; I don't think there would be any appreciable increase in quality, just an increase in cost.

Posted on: 2013/3/10 22:42


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The new Allen Icon is american made also. got to cast a 10' 4wt this weekend, and the thing is a sweet rod.

Posted on: 2013/3/11 9:17


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st croix imperials if I am not mistaken... I like them

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I believe Mystic flyrods are made in America. Michigan I think.

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Re: Made in America????

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trout624 wrote:
In addition to what everyone else has already said, I haven't seen anything about Ross Reels. From their website:
"EVERY Ross product is designed, engineered and quality checked at our facility in Montrose, Colorado USA."

Nice U.S. made reels.
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All Ross Reels USA products are made in Montrose, CO.
(Basically all of their machined reels for Ross and Sci Angler)
All Ross Worldwide products are made overseas to their specs and then QC'd in Montrose, CO.

Posted on: 2013/3/11 9:29


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Quite a few rods are "Made in America" of imported parts.

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