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which Cabela's 50th Anniversary CGR Combo

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I read the older thread on these rods here on the forums.
From what I'm reading about these rods and knowing how and where I'm fishing I like these combos. I think for the price it meets my budget and I get almost a complete set up. I like the Redington reel but is it worth the extra $40? these are the two combos i have narrowed it down to.


Cabela's Custom Glass/Prestige Plus Fly Combos #466-3 with FREE Cortland 444 Sylk Fishing Line
$159
http://www.cabelas.com/product/Fishin ... t104721480%3Bcat105571980

Cabela's 50th Anniversary CGR/Redington Drift Fly Combo #466-3 with Free Cabela’s Prestige weight forward fly line (a $29.99 value)
$199
http://www.cabelas.com/product/Fishin ... t104721480%3Bcat105571980


Any input for me before I make the investment? I'm not 100% sure on these rods so if anyone thinks for a near similar price I could do better, please comment.

Posted on: 2012/4/13 8:47


Re: which Cabela's 50th Anniversary CGR Combo

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Never mind this post I purchased an Orvis. I'll comeback to this rod next time on the market.


Posted on: 2012/4/13 16:06


Re: which Cabela's 50th Anniversary CGR Combo

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What did you get?

Posted on: 2012/4/13 16:55

Edited by RCFetter on 2012/4/13 17:21:21


Re: which Cabela's 50th Anniversary CGR Combo

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RCFetter wrote:
What did you get?


I bought last years model of the Orvis Clearwater II 7'6"-3wt with an Orvis Battenkill Disc Drag Fly Reel loaded with backing and Orvis WF #3 F

Posted on: 2012/4/13 20:31


Re: which Cabela's 50th Anniversary CGR Combo

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A little late I know, but I casted them when I was purchasing my last Brookie rod...ultimately decided they were a little slow for me. Ended up with an LLBean Streamlight Ultra 6'11 4wt...just a touch on the medium side of medium/fast IMO. Don't remember the pricing specifics but it was more or less in the same ballpark as the CGR's.

Posted on: 2012/4/13 20:39






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