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Pflueger® Fly Rod Starter Kit

   

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PFYKIT2
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  • 8', 3-pc. fly rod
  • Single-action fly reel
  • Fly line backing
  • 25 yards of 6-weight fly line
This Fly Rod Starter Kit from Pflueger is a great way to get started in fly fishing at a price that fits any budget. The Fly Rod Starter Kit includes everything you need to get on the water quickly: 8', three-piece #5/6 weight fly rod; single-action fly reel; 50 yards of fly line backing; and 25 yards of 6-weight fly line.

Manufacturer model #: PFYKIT2.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great purchase. The reel is a bit loud but this is a great kit. I recommend this kit for everyone!!! December 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by First Fly Rod & Reel I got this fly starter kit as a birthday present.The next day I used it.It was excellent. Can fold up to 3 pieces. I LOVE IT November 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just What We Needed This was a gift for our 11 year old son who has just begun to be interested in fly fishing. It is perfect! We took him fishing, and he spent no less than 8 hours on the river. This kit has everything you need to begin fishing - even a handy knot tying instruction on the back of the package. He loves it! August 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great starter kit! I bought this kit because i was short on the money, and it was the cheapest one i could find. I bought this in store, mind you, and everything looked great. I got it out of the plastic, and put it together. 3 piece rod, nothing unusual. The reel is not silver, but is coated with black paint. the line that comes with it is alright, havent had problems so far. In june of 2011 i caught over 150 fish on the rod, and it can definitely take a beating. worth the money! April 19, 2013
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Can I use this in the Indian river for trout and redfish?
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Nothing over 5 lbs to play it safe.
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yes just remember to match rod and reel for what you are fishing I have used it in both fresh and salt also clean after every use
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Yes it comes with fly line
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It comes with everything to start, including flies.
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It has line and backing
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yes it does, it also have flies and tippet
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Everthing is included
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Yes, this will come with 50 yards of fly line backing and 25 yards of 6-weight fly line.
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I do more panfishing with the fly rod and catch a lot of Bass and don't use dacking. I see it used more in saltwater because the fish run longer and fight harder. as a matter of fact I don't ever use the reel to bring the fish in. I hold the line with my Rod hand and pull in with the free hand
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yes, u need the backing line it is wat propells your main fly line forward, dont ever cut it off
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No it is not over kill for pan fishing I have used a fly rod for years and have done great with pan fish it's all I use it for and I catch more fish Bass or panfish with this than any other method
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No not at all. It's a good basic fly rod, great for small to medium fish. I've caught 2 inch long blue-gill on this before also 20 inch brown trout.
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There should be nothing stopping you. the mounting hardware isn't keyed any one way so its just a matter of turning the reel to the left side and tightening it down
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yes, just flip it around.
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yes you can
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no you must put the line on yourself
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Yes it comes with all the lines; backing, fly, combo leader and tippet no extra tippet. I don't recall if the fly was tied to the backing but the fly and leader definitely aren't attached.
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The fly line is pre-loaded on the reel. You only have to attach the large end of the tippet (leader) to the fly line, and then a fly to the tippet to start fishing. You may have to research "nail knots" on the internet to see how to join the fly line and tippet.
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comes with backing and fly line. Suppose to come with leader, but it doesn't - be prepared to buy your own
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Mine had everything included except the leader, which Pfluger sent me within a week, now I have a spare.
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This kit comes with the line prespooled as well as a seperate leader and 5 flies.
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yes it does but no its not already put on

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is the reel garbage?

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It's not a particularly amazing reel but in three years I haven't replaced mine. It will land most trout. Easy to clean and the reel quite honestly isn't as important as a good quality fly line.
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For the price it's great, if you want more you pay more. I'm sure they have more expensive models. I'm new to fly fishing and it suited my budget.
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the reel is great the rod is garbage its far from durable mine broke after 5 small trout

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it`ok
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Yes it can
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well, its #6 fly line, so, possibly, but u have to fight the fish really hard, i wouldnt risk it, get a 10 ft rod with #8- #10 fly line
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I wouldn't risk it. The reel is held on by metal collars cinched down by a plastic nut. good for small to medium play fish but 6 lb. bass would be the one that got away
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Yes I have landed some nice bass with it
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Yes, but you have to work the rod.
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as a stater rell you may want to upgrade the reel
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You can't. It's a set drag. ON another note, be prepared to buy your own leader
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Drag is preset.
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yes it is
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Both. It's one of if not the cheapest outfits on the market. Good middle of the road weight rod comes with a knot guide, everything you need to fish except lessons on casting.
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Good starter rod
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I've been told by experienced fly fishermen that it is an excellent set up for a beginner. The rod has some good flex, the reel is basic, I could have easily paid much more and have gotten too much for my skill level.
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SPEND A FEW MORE DOLLARS AND GET THE WHITE RIVER DOGWOOD CANYON! it is amazing and you can have a bit more selection in terms of length and line weight.
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Love the rod and reel i'm a beginner but it would work well for anyone who wants to catch fish
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I find this to be a great starter rod, I personaly woldn't had minded if it was atleast 1 foot bigger but to each his own, but realy best bang for your buck I have seen around.
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