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Eagle Claw Featherlight 3/4 Line Weight Fly Rod, 2 Piece (Yellow, 6-Feet 6-Inch), 4/5 weight

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  • Fiberglass 2 Piece Rod
  • Stainless Steel Guides
  • Cork Handle
  • 1 Year Warranty

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Eagle Claw Featherlight 3/4 Line Weight Fly Rod, 2 Piece (Yellow, 6-Feet 6-Inch), 4/5 weight + Crystal River Cahill Cahill Rim Fly Reel
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Product Description

Features traditional fiberglass construction with cork handles for a sure grip. Aluminum oxide guides and glass blank material and aluminum reel seat.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00019NAOS
  • Item model number: FL300-6'6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,753 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very nice rod!
Cory F.
You can look like the fishing elite without having to spend like the fishing elite.
Pat C
It's very accurate at short distances.
Phillip Schoenberg

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By IC on April 16, 2013
My kids got me this rod for my birthday and I have tried it out on several trout streams. It is deadly accurate in typical small stream situations. It will load with only 5' of leader and a beadhead nymph, and casts into tiny pockets 20' away with precision. (Don't think I've fished it much farther.) I've caught loads and had no qualms crawling through the rhododendrons with the rod. [Though now that I see it's unavailable, maybe I will hesitate next time.] I'm using 5 wt DT line and a click-and-pawl reel, which feel right. The 5 stars are for the extreme value in the product. Amazon does have it mislabled, as another buyer noted: rod clearly says 4/5 weight, not 3/4, but I knew that from research before I had mine. The color is fun. It's a two piece, so backpacking it takes a little thought. Is a $645 glass rod better? I can only assume so and dream, but could it be 25 times better? Doubtful.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pat C on April 11, 2013
I learned to fly cast in 1960 using fiberglass rods, which is why I was why I purchased this rod when I retired and had time to resume my childhood pastime. People raved about fiberglass rods during the era (late 50's and early 60's) when they first came out and for good reasons. Unlike their bamboo predecessors, fiberglass rods never wear out. I have one my grandpa gave to me in 1960 and it still casts with the same energy as it did when I first got it. The Eagle Claw fly rods are cheap in price, but not cheap in performance. My first fly rod from 1960 cost $35, which translated into about 40 hours of working wages. My recently purchased Eagle Claw cost about 3 hours in today's working wages. And how well it casts! Fiberglass rods are quick action rods, which means you need to feel the rod "load" on the back cast before transitioning to the forward cast. Contrary to classical instruction on fly casting techniques, I enhance the "load" phase with a flick of the wrist. The rod's bend nearly doubles and immediately releases all that stored energy when I transition to the forward cast. All I have to do I look at my target and the line carries the fly right where I want it. And you won't miss setting the hook on many fish. One quick wrist flick and in a fraction of a second you have a battle when an aggressive trout. You can spend $700 on a slow action graphite rod and tell yourself how great it is to justify such an expensive purchase, or you can spend about $30 on an Eagle Claw and probably have even more fun. After all, a broken cheap rod (I've never broken a rod in my life) is easy to replace, so you can take some risks. As an added bonus, your wife will readily appreciate your financial astuteness. Oh, one more thing: these rods are yellow, which makes them look like bamboo rods. From a distance few could tell the difference. See? You can look like the fishing elite without having to spend like the fishing elite. Happy angling!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Phillip Schoenberg on May 14, 2014
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I'm exceedingly happy with this for the price. It's hard to beat, with wonderful action and a nice look. The workmanship is sub par, but it fishes like a high-dollar rod. I was looking for a 3 weight, 6' 6", and I'm pretty happy with this 3/4. I actually expected it to be a 4/5, since so many other reviewers mentioned that it was mislabeled--but mine says a 3/4 on the rod shaft, and casts 3 weight wonderfully. It's very accurate at short distances. Fishes as well as any high-dollar rod.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Meyer Home Improvement on November 7, 2014
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I have been fly fishing for about a year now, and have had about three cheap rods so far. This one though, by far, is the best i have bought yet. People keep saying this rod is a 5 weight rod, but mine says 3/4 weight. The action on this thing is unreal, it is so smooth,and easy loading rod. It looks just like the rods that cost about $200. Wooden reel seat, and i think the guides, rod butt, and reel lock are brass. Its also got measurements on the rod itself, which is a nice touch. This to me, is the perfect rod for catching panfish. I highly reccomend this to any hardcore panfisher.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tony Ricketts on March 27, 2014
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This is a nice 4-5 weight rod. Not a 3-4 but I knew this before I ordered it. Hard to beat for the money!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cory F. on March 3, 2014
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Very nice rod! It is the newer version not the one in the picture! Have to use higher line weight to get the best performance!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alexandre Kakhoberashvili on January 17, 2014
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Hi,
didnot fished it yet but the quality and action looks like great : ) I am 26 but I love old style action with short / or long rods. This is what I like actually : )
feels solid in hand, great reel seat - think one of the best between my fly rods : )
I never buy expensive rods because I can't but this one is the cheapest and love it too much already : )
recommended stick for beginners : )
thanks to EAGLE CLAW.
several my friends will come to buy more : )
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Fly fish on June 10, 2013
Great rod for the price. Very satisfied. Have used it twice and it's Lready had some nice fish tug on it.
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