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Redington Crosswater?

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I found this rod for $90. It is a 4 piece medium-fast rod and comes in 5, 6, and 8 weight. I think I am going to buy it, but I want to ask your opinions first.

Posted on: 2013/3/25 18:57


Re: Redington Crosswater?

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Buy it in 8wt, it will be an awesome rod for use on Hay Creek. From what I have been told there are some bigums in there there that would bust a messily 5 or 6 weight in two.



Posted on: 2013/3/25 20:33


Re: Redington Crosswater?

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i have a 9 1/2' 7wt i used for steelhead and searun cutts out west. good rod for the money. an 8wt would be too much for any trout in PA.

Posted on: 2013/3/25 20:52


Re: Redington Crosswater?

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Great rod for the money! I always recommend it to folks looking for a great combo to get into the game.

Posted on: 2013/3/26 8:36


Re: Redington Crosswater?

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Check out the search feature on the site. All of the Redington combos have been discussed in depth in here and the beginner section.

Posted on: 2013/3/26 8:36


Re: Redington Crosswater?

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I have an 8 wt for the salt. Great rod and combo from Cabelas. GG

Posted on: 2013/3/26 10:11
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Re: Redington Crosswater?

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I'm getting a 9' 8wt this weekend and matching it with an Allen Alpha III for steelhead, salmon, lake run browns, and warm water species.

Posted on: 2013/3/26 10:30


Re: Redington Crosswater?

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Smart idea to match it w/ a different reel if you're going for "big game" like that. The Crosswater reel is nice for a season or two, especially for trout, but I wouldn't trust it against steelie or salmon, etc.

Posted on: 2013/3/26 10:33


Re: Redington Crosswater?

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That's what I figured, I'm not a fan of combo reels, but I knew I'd be putting the rod through a beating so I didn't want to drop a lot of cash on it

Posted on: 2013/3/26 10:55






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