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Rod cleanout
Here is what I’ve got:
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G Loomis Pro4x 10wt 9’ (Like New Rod with tube and sock not original) ($280)

Orvis Helios 3f 6wt 9’ (like new rod) (Sold )
Orvis Helios 3f 3wt 10’-6” nymph rod (good shape but some soiling on the cork) Sold
DH
Orvis Helios Zero Gravity 12wt 9’ switch
(Used but rod is in great shape. Tube is not perfect) ($320)
Orvis Mission 8wt 11’ (new) Sold
Orvis Mission 8wt 13’-6” (new) ($525)
GLoomis Crosscurrent specialist 10wt 11’-3” (new) ($475)

Pricing is shipped anywhere in the USA.
let me know if you want to make an offer. Buyer covers PayPal fees. (If any)
 

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I’m selling all of my rods after discovering health issues. Here is what I’ve got:
SH
G Loomis Pro4x 10wt 9’ (Like New Rod with tube and sock not original) ($300)

Orvis Helios 3f 6wt 9’ (like new rod) (Sold )
Orvis Helios 3f 3wt 10’-6” nymph rod (good shape but some soiling on the cork) Sold
DH
Orvis Helios Zero Gravity 12wt 9’ switch
(Used but rod is in great shape. Tube is not perfect) ($350)
Orvis Mission 8wt 11’ (new) Sold
Orvis Mission 8wt 13’-6” (new) ($550)
GLoomis Crosscurrent specialist 10wt 11’-3” (new) ($500)

All pricing should be pretty reasonable but let me know if you want to make an offer. Buyer covers actual shipping and PayPal fees.
Have you ever cast that Loomis Pro4x? I was looking at a switch version of one of those the other day but had to pass on it because it had all hoop guides rather than snake style. I've never cast a rod built like that and was just curious as to how it casts, but I wasn't about to drop all that money not knowing. Seems like it would be a huge hindrance in getting any kind of distance to your cast, or accuracy, or just enjoyment in general.
 

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Have you ever cast that Loomis Pro4x? I was looking at a switch version of one of those the other day but had to pass on it because it had all hoop guides rather than snake style. I've never cast a rod built like that and was just curious as to how it casts, but I wasn't about to drop all that money not knowing. Seems like it would be a huge hindrance in getting any kind of distance to your cast, or accuracy, or just enjoyment in general.
I haven’t used it a lot but I have taken it out. It’s been my backup rod. I’ve never had any problems with it, just a bit stiff for my style of SH casting. It’s a good rod for wading and swinging for chinooks though. (Throws weighted flies well for me)
The tip is not as sensitive as I like and it’s a bit too fast but it seems to be built like it can handle the abuse. (Just haven’t had the opportunity to abuse it)
 
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