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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-25-2018, 10:49 PM Thread Starter
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WTB - 7wt Switch Rod (1st 2-hander)

Ready for my first entry into the 2-Hander game. Looking for a used 11'-12' 7wt for Alaska & Great Lake Chromers.

Anyone here have one they are willing to part with?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-27-2018, 01:57 AM
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Pick up the Reddington CPX 7wt. For sale the classifieds. $100. I have loved mine since I picked it up as my first rod. (I now have 5 different spey rods) I took it out again last night just to practice while fishing for some SMB. I had forgotten how much I liked this rod. For the price you can get some premium lines and some lessons. Be careful, the two handed game is addictive.
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I have an 8 Wt Beulah Platinum Switch, 11"

Asking $250 shipped to CONUS, actual shipping elsewhere. Rod is essentially brand new, it has been cast a few times.

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Missed out on the Redington, still looking and weighing options.
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The echo swing rods are awesome. I purchased the 7wt for for Lake Erie trips and love it. A rod that fits in the 11’6”-12’ will do everything you need for your fisheries. Good luck on your search. I also live in western PA if your close to Pittsburgh let me know.

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