Redington® Crosswater Complete Fly Rod and Reel Outfits

   

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9'

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4

Model:
5-5001K-590-4
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  • SKU: 1760184

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9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
5-5001K-890-4
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  • Designed for novice fly anglers young or old
  • Everything you need to get started fly fishing
  • Four-piece graphite rod
  • Crosswater fly reel
  • Pre-spooled with RIO® Mainstream fly line
  • Leader
  • Rod and reel case

Outfits designed for novice fly anglers young and old—easy to cast, easy on the wallet. Outfits include everything you or your young angler will need to get started fly fishing: four-piece graphite rod, Crosswater fly reel pre-spooled with RIO® Mainstream fly line, leader, and rod and reel case.

Redington® Crosswater Complete Fly Rod and Reel Outfits 4 5 11 11
Good while it lasted This combo preformed great for about 3 months, until it snapped while casting one day. I had properly cared for and stored the rod. Still waiting to hear back from Redington. December 2, 2014
9 Weight Purchased this as it was the best price for getting into fly fishing. I like it alot, but the drag knob on the reel backs out sometimes. I added a little bit of blue locktite on it after talking to my tackle shop. Works good now, but almost lost it while wading once. Still a good setup for the money. March 19, 2014
Excellent outfit I bought in january in orlando. I'm a beginer in fly fishing. The first i went to fish i cought 3 peacock bass here in Amazon! Very well balanced outfit! October 3, 2013
Do not purchase this product This rod didn't last more that 10 hours worth of fishing before it was shattered by a 10 inch brook trout. I tried to return the rod but found it would cost me $30 + my shipping costs to get a replacement. Based on my experience I wouldn't pay $10 for a replacement. Very disappointed that Redington doesn't stand behind their products. September 20, 2012
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Yes the fly reel can be switched from left to right retrieve.
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You reel with your left hand cast with your right.
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defiantly 8 for striped bass
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You will probably want to go with an 8.
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In case of a rod failure, you need to ship the entire rod to Redington at your expense, and pay a $30 evaluation and return postage fee. If the repair is in warranty they will handle it at no additional cost, if not then they may charge an added fee.
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One year on the rod and reel. Make sure to send in the warranty card.
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1 year against manafacturer's defects

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Redington stands behind the products we make and your satisfaction is important to us. Redington designs gear that performs and gets the most out of your time in the outdoors.
We understand the importance of quality gear and you deserve products that perform. If you are not satisfied with any Redington product, you may return the product in accordance with Redington's warranty policy.

ROD WARRANTY

Every new Redington rod purchased through an authorized retailer, with the exception of the Crosswater Series and Minnow Outfit, is covered by our lifetime, original owner warranty. The Crosswater and Minnow are covered by a one-year warranty against defects in materials or workmanship and must include a dated proof of purchase. This warranty is limited to repair or replacement of the rod only, and does not cover direct, indirect, consequential, incidental or any other type of damage resulting from the use of the product. This warranty does not cover misuse, neglect, normal wear, fire, theft, loss, or intentional damage. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state. Redington reserves the right to determine whether to repair or replace any Redington Product covered by this warranty and the right to replace any discontinued models with the newer models when necessary. Colors may vary between original and replacement parts. In order to invoke this warranty, the original owner must send the entire Redington product, including broken parts or pieces, freight paid and insured to the Bainbridge Island address listed below. To service your Redington product, you must fill out the Warranty Service Form. Please follow the instructions stated below and be sure to include this form in the package. Thank you!

REEL WARRANTY

Every new Redington reel, with the exception of the Crosswater and Pursuit reels, is covered by our lifetime, original owner warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Crosswater and Pursuit reels are covered by a one-year warranty against defects in materials or workmanship and must include a dated proof of purchase. This warranty is limited to repair or replacement of the reel only, and does not cover direct, indirect, consequential, incidental or any other type of damage resulting from the use of the product. This warranty does not cover misuse, neglect, normal wear, fire, theft, loss, or intentional damage. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state. Redington reserves the right to determine whether to repair or replace any Redington product covered by this warranty and the right to replace any discontinued models with the newer models when necessary. Colors may vary between original and replacement parts. In order to invoke this warranty, the original owner must send the entire Redington Product, including broken parts or pieces, freight paid and insured to the Bainbridge Island address listed below. To service your Redington product, you must fill out the Warranty Service Form. Please follow the instructions stated below and be sure to include this form in the package. Thank you!

http://www.redington.com/warranty.html
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is the line weight forward

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Yes wf floating
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Match your line weight to your rod and match your rod weight to the size of fish you're trying to catch
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5-6 weight is a good place to start. It is fairly easy to cast with moderate wind. Soft enough to feel a bite from those pesky panfish, yet has a strong enough backbone to fight a decent sized trout or bass. The 8 weight is going to be more suitable for light salt use, high wind conditions, flipping heavy bass bugs, and fishing for bass and carp in heavy cover, or at least thats the only time my 8w gets use. Once you get the basics down a 2 or 3 weight is a lot of fun. Bass pro offers free casting lessons which will help cut the learning curve down. You still need to practice though. Find a good grassy area and tie a chunk of gloworm yarn or foam to the end of your leader and practice practice practice. The cast is the best part of fly fishing and takes a lifetime to master. It can be quick and dirty or lengthy and beautiful.

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That does depend on your intended quarry, but 6wt. will suffice for crappie, bluegill, trout, small mouth bass. The basic 'take your kids fishing' kind of fish.
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This rod will handle most saltwater inshore species very well. You may want to look at a 10 weight for the larger stuff-Big tarpon, snook, reds, manatees.....
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This rod would do fine for saltwater. The only issues is the size of fish. Make sure that you buy the wt of rod for the wt of fish. In salt water, you never know if you are going to catch a 10-15 pd Red or a 40 pd. Most saltwater fish are aggressive and SUPER fighters compared to fresh water fish. I grew up on lakes in SC, and it took a while on the Pensacola coast to get the right rod/reel and line size. Saltwater will make you a better overall angler.
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I took a look at this rod and reel today. The guy told me it was fine for saltwater. Mostly graphite construction, no dissimilar metals. They did recommend giving it a good rinse after use.
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I would not recomend this fishing rod and reel for salt water but what ever I would recomend this one that I find out this rod and reel combo on bass pro that would work for you for salt water Heat Complete Fly Outfits
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