Misc. Trout Equipment for Sale

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by parachute_adam, Sep 4, 2002.

  1. parachute_adam New Member

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    I am cleaning out my trout fishing equipment - making way for steelheading.

    (3) 5wt. rods:
    4pc. graphite 9'-0" - including a Sage 4pc. rod case: $150
    3pc. graphite 9'-0" - no tube, just a cover: $75
    2pc. Cortland CL+ combo (9' rod, 5wt. reel and line, case, video): $125
    Caddis Navigator IV float tube and fins: $85

    I live in Issaquah, but can meet anyone in Seattle Metro. area...
  2. mtlhead Member

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    wondering if the rod case is for rod with reel mounted? would you sell the case seperate if it is?
  3. parachute_adam New Member

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    Yes and Yes, the rod case is the one with the reel pouch, costs $56. If I don't get any takers on the 4pc. Then I'd sell it for $40.
  4. mtlhead Member

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    I'll take it, let me know when your ready for cash if it does not sell as a set. :THUMBSUP
  5. flogger New Member

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    What model is the Sage 4 piece, & how old is is? Does Sage still warranty if not the original owner?

    Tight lines!
  6. parachute_adam New Member

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    The 4pc. isn't a Sage, the rod case its in is a Sage. However I was told it was made from a Sage Blank - but there is no way to tell for sure.
  7. dolly varden New Member

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    what kind of rod is the 3pc?

    i live in marysville but work in downtown seattle so i could meet you around the westlake area.
  8. Surf_Candy Member

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    Interested in the float tube and fins - are fins one size fits all? I have size 13 feet. Never tubed before...how do the pontoons cut the water? Will be in Bothell sept 22

    thanks

    jim w
  9. parachute_adam New Member

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    The pontoons do just that, cut through the water. That is one of the reasons I originally bought this type of tube. I never floated in an 'O' type or 'U' type, but I felt they would not cut through the water like this style, as for the fins, they are one size fits all - you step onto them and have the straps ontop of your feet - as opposed to putting your toes into the fins and strapping them on from behind the foot.
  10. muddlin_thru New Member

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    If the float tube is still available, I would probably be interested in it. I'm also on the eastside and could take a look in the evening if it's still looking for a new home.
  11. parachute_adam New Member

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    Yes, it is still available...send me a private message
  12. parachute_adam New Member

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    Still have the Cortland rod outfit and float tube and fins for sale...

    Will sell the Cortland combo for $90 and the tube with fins for $75

    I also have a Stearns Inflata-Belt Type III Vest paid $60 for, will part for $40 or package with the float tube and fins, all 3 for $100