Orvis® Clearwater® Series Saltwater Fly Rods

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7

10'

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4

Model:
4Y1C-51-51
  • $225.00

  • SKU: 1899401

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8

10'

Pieces:
4

Model:
4Y1G-51-51
  • $225.00

  • SKU: 1899402

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9

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
4Y1H-51-51
  • $225.00

  • SKU: 1899403

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10

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
4Y1K-51-51
  • $225.00

  • SKU: 1899404

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12

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
4Y1L-51-51
  • $225.00

  • SKU: 1899405

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7

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
4Y09-51-51
  • $225.00

  • SKU: 1899412

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8

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
4Y1E-51-51
  • $225.00

  • SKU: 1899413

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  • Helios™ technology
  • Light, strong and responsive
  • Game-changing value
  • Designed in the USA
Looking for a great saltwater fly rod at a great price? The Orvis Clearwater Series Saltwater Fly Rods are a perfect choice. The precision and ultra-light feel of these value fly rods are what you would expect in a rod with a much higher price tag. Here is game-changing value. Here are the best value-priced saltwater fly rods available without compromising the features every fly-fisherman wants. All Clearwater Saltwater Fly Rods benefit from Orvis' award-winning Helios technology. Lighter and more responsive than ever, the Clearwater Series offers a wide range of models in flex profiles perfectly suited for each rod's application.
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I'm upgrading from a Pursuit 5wt because of the size of the Columbia River. Sometimes you need to cast 70-80' to get to the fish. Only the salt water version of this rod comes in a 7wt. So I'm wondering what the real difference is between the fresh water rod and the salt water?
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All other things being equal, the only difference between a "freshwater" rod & a "saltwater" rod should be resistance of corrosion. A freshwater rod typically requires more conscientious rinsing, particularly for guides & reel seat. A 7wt. saltwater rod would be fine for the Columbia.
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Rods from 7 weight and up, have a fighting butt and a full wells grip shape, and are classified as “saltwater”, although they often receive use for heavier freshwater use, like steelhead and salmon, and trout on larger rivers.
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