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Re: Nymph Rod

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hookedonthefly wrote:
Fredrick-


I like the tfo line. some of the best rods in my opinion, price point and warranty you will never beat!


this is just some of my tfo reels.


I hope you didn’t take that pic just for me .
I’m guessing your on there pro program. If Not you sure do a argument on why you should. I own one Tfo rod and it broke on me the first time I used it this summer and im still waiting on it to be fixed three months later

Posted on: 2017/10/31 18:37
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Re: Nymph Rod

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Always look for the discontinued models.

I have a Sage 10' ESN 3 Weight - Sage has since discontinued it and came out with a "newer" version. May be able to get one for a good price now. I know Elk Springs in WV bought a lot of discontinued Sage Rods; you may check and see if they bought any ESNs.

Posted on: 2017/11/1 9:28


Re: Nymph Rod

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no.. I did not take the pic for you.. I just took it to show.. yes I know its a crappy pic.. I still cant figure out the pic format.. hahaha

I honestly love the TFO line.. the rods, warranty and price point are great. I never have had an issue with anything. 3mo waiting on repair rod is unheard of with them. I never ever had the issue or heard anyone having it, I would call about that!!

each rod I own, performs specular! I have 7 of their rods. 3wt-7wt. each of them have their own special benefits and qualities. This is just my opinion.. Would I love to own a new 5wt Edge rod hell yea, but I am not going to spend 850.00 on it. Ill buy the 299.99 TFO rod, that will do the same thing for me.

Posted on: 2017/11/1 10:11


Re: Nymph Rod

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Why do you have 7 rods? The drift can cover everything.

Posted on: 2017/11/1 16:48


Re: Nymph Rod

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I have 7 rods for different things. all of them are for different ways to fish. I cant be the only one who has different rods for different occasions.

7'6" 3wt tfo pro 2
10' 4wt tfo bvk
9' 5wt tfo mangrove
9' 6wt tfo ticrx
9' 7wt tfo clouser
11'6" 7wt tfo deer creek switch
11'6' 4wt tfo deer creek switch

Posted on: 2017/11/2 9:23


Re: Nymph Rod

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moon1284 wrote:
Why do you have 7 rods? The drift can cover everything.



Would you be willing to put this claim to a test ?


Hooked yes I called they told me it would ship that week and that was three weeks ago

Posted on: 2017/11/2 9:30
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Re: Nymph Rod

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Fredrick.. that stinks. I hope you get the rod back soon!

with adding to what moon said.. I think the drift will cover all your nymphing needs..

Posted on: 2017/11/2 9:54


Re: Nymph Rod

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Maybe a Fenwick Aetos. . . I ran into them at the Fly shop in Coburn and simply couldn't walk out without one at that price point. I got a 10' 3 weight and am quite pleased.

Posted on: 4/16 18:45


Re: Nymph Rod

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I have the Cortland 10' 3wt. Very pleased. I have a Hardy 10'5wt, its very powerful, but I like tIhe Cortland better.

I use dry flies with the Cortland, it actually casts them with just my nymphing leader. Very delicate.... the rod is very versatile.

Posted on: 5/15 22:08


Re: Nymph Rod

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I realize that this is an old thread, but I suggest trying one of Risen Fly 10' nymph rods. Ryan has always been a hell of a nice guy each time I've met and talked to him and I am more than pleased with my ITB 6 weight and reel from him. Plus, you'd be supporting a member here. I put that 6 weight through it's paces and take it out fairly often for smallies, redbreasts, and walleye and it has never disappointed.

Posted on: 5/16 11:36


Re: Nymph Rod

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For around $200 Orvis sells a 10ft 4wt version of their Clearwater rods. That rod would be versatile enough for fishing nymphs, drys and streamers.

Posted on: 5/17 12:00


Re: Nymph Rod

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Syndicate pipeline is a absolutely sweet rod! I just got one and love it! Come in 10 and 11 feet and 2-4 wt. I got the 10’ 2 Wt and is actually like a 2 wt the first 4 feet and then is more like a 4wt the rest of the rod. It has the sensitivity of a 2wt with the backbone of a 4wt!

Posted on: 5/22 13:01


Re: Nymph Rod

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jifigz wrote:
I realize that this is an old thread, but I suggest trying one of Risen Fly 10' nymph rods. Ryan has always been a hell of a nice guy each time I've met and talked to him and I am more than pleased with my ITB 6 weight and reel from him. Plus, you'd be supporting a member here. I put that 6 weight through it's paces and take it out fairly often for smallies, redbreasts, and walleye and it has never disappointed.


Thanks for the kind words jifigz!

Check out our Nymph rods. We have the 10' 3wt in stock now, and are building the 11' 3wt, with the 11' 2 weight not far behind. Retails for $290 with lifetime warranty and free shipping. Join the email list and get 15% off your order and get it pretty close to your price range. It's been performing really well with a lot of our competition anglers as well as our daily anglers. Soft tip, stiff body and lots of feel. You won't be sorry.

https://www.risenfly.com/collections/f ... /products/23ps-nymph-rods

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