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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-21-2018, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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WTB: Trout Spey Rod 3/4 wt on a budget

Looking for a 3/4 weight trout spey rod
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Anglers Roost...........awesome little trout speys on a budget

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Thanks but Anglers Roost is the reason Im back to continue my search. Ive had to send Johnny back two rod because he keeps sending me single handed rods.....
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Redington Hydrogen. Can't say enough good about that little rod. I have the 3wt and cast a 210 scandi with a trout tip like a charm.
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Thanks but Anglers Roost is the reason Im back to continue my search. Ive had to send Johnny back two rod because he keeps sending me single handed rods.....
Crazy, yet somehow in no way surprising.

To the best of my understanding ARE doest even sell a premade lightweight two-handed rod. Doesnt help that the pictures are not good enough in many circumstances to even tell. But some of the blanks are awesome for the price. You could probably spend $30 on the blank and have it built for you and still end up with a perfect low wt trout spey for less money than most of the budget commercial options. The 12’ im6 2/3 likes a 220 scandi and a 270 skagit and is sensitive down to embarrassingly small trout, yet if you hit it just right it will cast 90 ft. I bet someone on here would build you one fairly cheaply. Just another option.
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