WTB Steelhead rod - baitcasting ;)

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by pwoens, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. pwoens Active Member

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    Spokane, Washington, USA.
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    I know I know....I am looking for a high end 9' or 9'6" max steelhead baitcaster rod. I have a 10' and its just too much for my daughter. Will be used for corkies and yarn on the Rhonde, etc..

    thanks
  2. Connor H Bobbers n Beadz

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    Ellensburg, WA
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    your daughter can cast a baitcaster? Good for her! I only have a 10'6" baitcaster, so I'm bummed I cant help
  3. Jerry Daschofsky Moderator

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    Graham, WA, USA.
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    Get yourself one of the TFO gear rods. Inexpensive and well built. Designed by Gary loomis. Probably be able to buy new for cost of used. I love mine and collecting more.
  4. Elkman Ryan

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    Silverdale,WA
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    6-10, 8-12...
  5. pastorbrian Member

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    Ellensburg, WA
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    Elkman- I sent a PM, but Im not sure I did it right!

    I have some rods for sale- no longer gear fishing here in Ellensburg!

    Lamiglas West Coast Premier-8'6" 8-12lb medium action-60$
    Okuma Celilo 8'6" 6-12lb- Salmon/Steelhead-40$
    Okuma Celil0 8'6" 12-25 lb- Salmon/Steelhead-40$
    Okuma Celilo 9'6" Float Rod 4-10lbs-$45


    Daiwa Exceler-Baitcaster-50$- I think t has 15lb ultra green mono-50$
    Abu Garcia Ambassadeur Baitcaster-I think it has 15lb ultra green on it-50$
    Exceler 3000- great float rod-has braided line on it-45$- I have 2 of these with 2 extra spools
  6. Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

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    Pipers Creek
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  7. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    Duvall, wa
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    I love my 9' TFO baitcaster
  8. JesseC Active Member

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    seattle, wa
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    Just to toss another option - the shimano clarus rods are great for the money and have an over the counter warranty. You can take it into the place you bought it and they'll swap it out on the spot. Pretty hard to beat in my book.

    I like the Daiwa Viento baitcaster the best - but not many shops have any more of them. Ted's in Lynnwood has a couple.
  9. Thomas Williams Habitual Line Stepper

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    Ansbach, Germany
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    Agreed TFO casting rod. You wont find a better rod for that price.
  10. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    Kitsap Peninsula
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    Bunch of dirty gear guys! All I've got is an 8'6" and 10' for my bait casters.
  11. Westfork Member

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    too far west
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    Yeah, I suggest you look at the Clarus... I fish my Clarus and my GLoomis G2 interchangeably...
  12. Jerry Daschofsky Moderator

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    Graham, WA, USA.
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    Yup. Have about 20 baitcasters and 10 or so spinning rods. Just salmon and steelhead. Then toss in some trout and sturgeon rods. So yeah I'm a great guy. ;)
  13. Thomas Williams Habitual Line Stepper

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    Ansbach, Germany
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    The Clarus also has an over the counter lifetime warranty. I have one for Kings and its a good rod.
  14. fifafu Guest

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    I have a couple of the Berkley Air im7. They come on sale for about $60 bucks once in a while where fishing equipment is sold. I bought a one of their one piece 8' footers for trolling bottom walkers for spring walleye. It's really nice rod for the money. They come in all kinds of actions and best of all I have never broke one.