Temple Fork Outfitters™ TiCr-X Series Fly Rods

   

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6

9'6"

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF 06 90 4 X

7

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF 07 90 4 X

8

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF 08 90 4 X

9

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF 09 90 4 X

10

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF 10 90 4 X

12

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF 12 90 4 X
These TiCr-X 4-piece Fly Rods by Temple Fork Outfitters have the power to launch large streamers and the action to handle almost anything that swims. TiCr-X Series Fly Rods feature oversized titanium oxide stripping guides, flor grade cork, beautiful rich blue finishes, alignment dots (color-coded for different rod weights), and newly-designed aluminum reel seats with uniquely cushioned reel hoods.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by most amazing rod I have owned my 6 wt. TiCrX for two seasons now and have found it to be the best rod I have ever used. It is especially good when casting heavier rigs like big streamers and sink tip line. It casts like a bullet with power and great accuracy. I now keep my Sage as a back-up. There's just nothing that compares at any price and when you consider how reasonably priced this rod is, it's a no brainer. December 14, 2006
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Will the 10-weight rod come with the fighting butt? None is pictured on the webpage.
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It has the cork end on the rod.
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No that is just a few more buck
but belive it is the best rod I ever cast
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Uncle 12, NOPE.
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No, TFO rods come with a sock, but not a tube (Something I wish they would adapt; there are many budget rod companies that have decided to include a rod tube with the rod purchase) I suppose the choice is because the purchaser can then either buy a triangle tube or a round tube, whichever they prefer.
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