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    Quote Originally Posted by deathb4disco View Post
    Nice little rod. I frequently drool over it at Bass Pro but haven't bought it (yet.) :D
    You wouldn't regret it. I got mine as a birthday present 4 years ago, and it's been my primary rod ever since.

    Falcon is a good company to deal with if you have problems too. The tip broke on my original one after about a month, and they replaced the rod free of charge. I had a new one in just over a week. I haven't had any kind of problems with any of their products since.

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    4wt Flyrod

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    Quote Originally Posted by hair jig View Post
    4wt Flyrod
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    What kind of 4 wt do you have and how well does it cast 4 wt line. I am looking to get a 3/4 wt fly rod just for my bream fishing but havent decided on a model as of yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Crappie View Post
    What kind of 4 wt do you have and how well does it cast 4 wt line. I am looking to get a 3/4 wt fly rod just for my bream fishing but havent decided on a model as of yet
    There are lots of great 4wts on the market. How much do you want to spend?

    I have an Orvis 4wt that casts great, but there are plenty of others: Sage, Loomis, Scott, Winston, TFO, St. Croix, etc. It's hard to go wrong with any of those. Just cast a bunch that fit your budget.
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    since i have never really used a 4 wt i was looking to spend $75 - $125 for a rod any suggestions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Crappie View Post
    since i have never really used a 4 wt i was looking to spend $75 - $125 for a rod any suggestions
    In that price range, I'd get a Lefty Kreh Signature Series from Temple Forks (TFO.) They have both an 8' and 8'6" 4wt in that series. They sell for about $110 and come with a lifetime warranty -- highly recommended.
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    can you post a link for them?
    Last edited by deathb4disco; 02-26-2010 at 03:56 PM.

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    Here you go:

    http://www.templeforkflyrods.com/pro...signature.html



    TFO rod's are very popular. Both Bass Pro and Cabela's sell them.

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    Thanks for the link .... some pretty nice rods there thinking of maybe a 2/3 wt instead of the 4 wt... that would have to be fun catching fish on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Crappie View Post
    thinking of maybe a 2/3 wt instead of the 4 wt... that would have to be fun catching fish on
    A word of caution on the lighter rods (2/3 and below) ... they do fine with smaller, unweighted flies but they don't cast bigger poppers and weighted flies that well. (They certainly don't cast them far.) They don't handle wind too well, either. You should be fine with shorter casts and little or no wind, though.
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