Trade: Your small creek rod for my trout rod

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It's not a 3 wt but the latest reincarnation of the perennial Eagle Claw Featherlight 4/5wt (6.5ft or 7ft) is no slouch and for the price of an upscale Taco Dinner it's yours! Not selling, just sayin'.
 

Ed Call

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#25
What? Is it wrong to have at least one 4wt in glass, grass and a few in graphite? Good for stillwater. Good for flowing water. Good for small water. Just plain good.
 
#26
What? Is it wrong to have at least one 4wt in glass, grass and a few in graphite? Good for stillwater. Good for flowing water. Good for small water. Just plain good.
Absolutely NOTHING wrong with having a whole bunch of 4 wts. It seems I have the urge to look at every single 4 wt that pops up on the classifieds.

I'm just givin ya a hard time. As a fellow gear whore I just found it funny.
 

Ed Call

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#27
Trading away a rod is harder than just buying another...a point that the Mrs disagrees with, but not sure her vote counts.

So, back on topic...who's got a tiny water fiberglass (or grass) rod that you are not fishing enough? What are your demands.
 
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