Hobbs Creek® Fly Rod and Reel Outfit

   

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5

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
HC905-4C

6

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
HC906-4C

8

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
HC908-4C

5

8'6"

Pieces:
4

Model:
HC865-4C
Reel features:
  • Large arbor design
  • All-metal construction
  • Aluminum spool
  • Disc drag
Rod features:
  • IM-6 blank
  • Walnut reel seat insert
  • Aluminum alloy fittings
  • Oversized stainless steel snake guides
  • High-grade cork grip
With a price beginners will find suitable and a level of performance experienced fly fishers will appreciate, you can't go wrong our Hobbs Creek® Fly Rod and Reel Outfit.

Featuring all-metal construction, an aluminum spool, and a super smooth disc drag, the Hobbs Creek Fly Reel’s large arbor design allows it to hold more line and provide a faster retrieval rate.

With a striking finish, quality components and precise action built around our own easy casting IM-6 blank, this Hobbs Creek Rod features a components package normally found on much higher priced rods. Walnut reel seat inserts, aluminum alloy fittings, oversized stainless steel snake guides and a high-grade cork grip.

Hobbs Creek® Fly Rod and Reel Outfit includes a fly line leader and backing.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 awsome combo i got this combo for christmas as a first time fly fisherman after fishing in my front yard(prac. casting) it was easy. just went bass fishing for the first time yesterday and caught multipule 5lb. bass without a problem. the rod, reel and fly line work awsome only thing i would reccomend is the fly tying tool this helps tie on new leader ect. once again awsome product by the white river fly shops. May 22, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice Combo This is a good little combo if you want a quality combo without breaking the bank. Only thing I didn't like was the line they put on it. It's rough and causes drag when reeling and casting. Invest in a better line and problem solved. September 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Love this Fly Rod I bought this Fly Rod and Reel combo about a month ago based on the recommendation of the guy's in your fly shop. I was a little worried that I bought something that would not last very long but I think I will have this rod and reel for quite a long time. I have been very happy with this rod and reel. I'm new to fly fishing and have been practicing casting for a few weeks in the front yard. Today I caught my first trout with the pole in a small local stream and the pole performed perfectly. I would highly recommend this for the fly fisherman just getting started or on a budget - works perfectly! August 12, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by worst product ever made!! this is the worst rod ive ever used. ive used $30 rods better than this you might as well get a long stick and tie line to it with no hook and it just as good and that is an understatement. the best thing about this rod is the case that comes with it and thats it. the case is worth more than the rod. BASS PRO IM DISAPPOINTED IN YOU YOUR PRODUCTS SHOULD BE BETTER QUALITY July 25, 2011
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Does not have a fighting butt handle.
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What would be the action of the rod in the 8 weight?
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Good question. Same rod, but you have heavier line so it'll cast further
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Fly rods are not rated by action. The heavier the line the larger the lure that can be used, and the larger fish that can be caught.
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how much backing?

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I've never setup a reel before and was surprised to have received this combo unassembled.
How much backing should I apply to the reel before I tie on the fly line? i've searched forums and the best answer has been to 'wing it'. That's not good enough for me.
Should I use the entire spool of backing that came in the combo?
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Most fly fishers fill the spool of the reel with as much backing as possible to allow them to retrieve faster and to reduce line memory. Thereby the line is less likely to tangle. Read the reel capacity chart to determine the amount of backing needed for the reel.
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I went ahead and spooled the entire amount of the backing provided, tied it to and then spooled the fly line - it was the appropriate amount of both.
This might depend upon the weight of the line you order, but I could be incorrect. I ordered mine with 5 weight
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1 Year warranty on the rod and reel.
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does this come with back and fly line and a leader
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Yes, it's ready to fish with right out of the box
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yes floating fly line and leader
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Mine did. Your's should as well.
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Great rod for all around. Before saltwater get an eight weight
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I would not use this for salt
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