Eagle Claw Featherlight 3/4 Line Weight Fly Rod, 2 Piece (Yellow, 6-Feet 6-Inch), 4/5 weight
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- 1 hooks per pack
- Fiberglass 2 Piece Rod
- Stainless Steel Guides
- Cork Handle
- 1 Year Warranty
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I paired the rod with the Crystal River Cahill Reel, advertised on Amazon for around $12. I wish it was "prettier" but the reel did the trick nicely, not too heavy or too "clicky" sounding for me. I added a Scientific Angler's 4wt double taper line I purchased via Amazon too (a 4wt line on a whippy fiberglass 3wt will give the line some extra oomph to cast the fly out farther to where you want it). So I guess this is my "Amazon Rod".
I took the rod out to the pond to try it out and immediately loved it. There was a light wind but that didn't stop the casting. I spent the afternoon reeling in hand-sized panfish with no problem whatsoever. I could detect the strikes really well and have nice play while I was bringing them it. The only thing I wish is that Eagle Claw made an even lighter rod to make those smaller fish feel like whales!
This Eagle Claw Featherlight 3/4 weight fly rod is an absolutely amazing bargain. I have yet to fish it, but have done a good bit of dry casting in the yard. I can hardly put it down! As compared to the graphite rods that I have been fishing my whole life, it has a much slower action. I would call it medium slow. It has a little graphite in the rod, per the manufacturer, so it is not entirely made of fiberglass. This does give the rod more backbone when comparing it to other fiberglass rods, but not so much as to make anywhere near as stiff as a graphite rod. The inscription on the rod itself states 'parabolic action'. That would about explain it. There is quite a bit of flex in the tip and the butt of the rod, with less in the middle, where the 2 sections join. This rod just begs to be cast!
The wraps don't have the quality in craftsmanship that you will see on a higher end rod, and the epoxy work is the same. They aren't bad- just not as finely wrapped and there is more of a 'glob' of epoxy than you would see on a TFO or Orvis. I love the bright yellow blank, and the gold wraps. It is gaudy to the point that it's pretty. The reel seat is made of cherry and aluminum. The cork grip has a nice 2 tone look to it, and there is some fill spots in all 5 of these that I have purchased. It won't win any awards for the finest cork grip on the market, but at this price, that point is moot.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It may seem attractive - a trendy fiberglass rod for $25, right?
As in most cases, you get what you pay for. Read more
Glass casts better and keeps fish on the line better than carbon. Great price.Published 4 months ago by BC
I bought this rod on a whim. I took it to a local lake and had a blast catching bluegill. I may even try it when I go to the river and see how it performs. Just a fun little rod.Published 5 months ago by R. C. Forbess
I own a spinning version of this rod & love it. Was very excited it see a fly version. Had it out this past weekend, wasn't disappointed nor we you be if you get one!!!Published 6 months ago by Paul Ziemba