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I'm thinning out my gear closet and want to pass on some excellent equipment that is in top-notch condition. Most of this gear has seen very little, if any, actual time on the water. Please feel free to PM for more details or pictures on any of the items.

Rods:
- Redington Super Sport 9044, 9' 4wt. 4pc., brand new never fished (BNNF,) includes sock but no tube, original retail $449, asking $225
- Sage Response 690-4, 9' 6wt. 4pc., used but in great shape, includes sock but no tube, asking $160.
- Redington Vapen (original) 696-4, 9'6" 6wt. 4pc., BNNF, original retail $299, asking $175
- Redington NTi 9073, 9' 7wt. 3pc., BNNF, original retail $625, asking $250
- Redington Prospector 8119-4, 11'9" 8wt. 4pc. Switch, lightly used, asking $225
- Redington Prospector 8136-4, 13'6" 8wt. 4pc. Spey, BNNF, original retail $399, asking $250
- Orvis Trident TLS 1094, 9' 10wt. 4pc., used, asking $150

Reels:
- Sage Click I reel, bronze, new in box, original retail $299, asking $150
- Orvis Battenkill Barstock II spare spool, titanium, BNNF, asking $40
- Sage 3230 reel, platinum, BNNF, original retail $199, asking $125
- Loop Evotec HD 8/10 reel with 9/13 spare spool, used, asking $250

I will gladly accept PayPal payment and can ship anywhere if shipping costs are covered, or can also arrange for local pickup/delivery and cash payment. Please don't hesitate to reach out with other questions, and thanks for looking!
 

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You are quite correct! I'm just so used to most rods being 4 pcs that I was on auto-pilot when I typed that. Thanks for pointing out my mistake!
I have the #7 NTi and it is my favorite casting rod for pure distance! The design and the composition was way ahead of it's time when it was first released in the late 90's. The best combo for pure distance is a mono running line connected to a shooting head of 30' of T-11. What a cannon!

Great rod for the beach, but I used it primarily for American Shad fishing where distance with a fast sinking line is optimal. And, the rod is incredibly light in hand when wading and fishing all day long!

If you want a rod to purely enjoy launching a line a long long way, get this rod. It's fun stick to cast with.......
 
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