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White River Fly Shop Dogwood Canyon Pre-assembled Fly Outfits

   

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7'

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Model:
DC704C
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7'6"

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Coffee

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Model:
DC765C
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8'6"

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Model:
DC865C
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  • SKU: 1418895

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5

9'

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Coffee

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Model:
DC905C
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6

9'

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Coffee

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Model:
DC906C
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9'

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Model:
DC908C
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7

9'

Product Color:
Coffee

Pieces:
2

Model:
DC907C
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World record-breaking, pre-assembled White River Fly Shop® Dogwood Canyon® Fly Outfits at an entry-level price. 5- and 6-weight two-piece rods feature western-style grip while 8-weight model comes standard with Full Wells grip and removable fighting butt. Outfit includes everything you'll need to start fishing: Dogwood Canyon disc drag fly reel, weight-forward floating fly line, backing, a tapered leader, and a protective rod sock.

  • High-performance two-piece graphite fly rod
  • Anodized aluminum reel seat
  • Matching all-aluminum disc-drag fly reel
  • Preloaded with backing, weight forward fly line, and tapered leader
White River Fly Shop Dogwood Canyon Pre-assembled Fly Outfits 4.4 5 43 43
My son's review of White Rivier Fly kit I gave my 21 yr old son his first fly rod kit, this White River ensemble sold by BassPro.com. Here is his review. "Subject: Carp River (Upper peninsula, Michigan) Thanks a lot for that fly pole. I caught two rainbow trout today but I expect to catch a few more tomorrow." April 23, 2012
Great Value for Your Money This combo is deifinitely an excellent value. You don't always need to shell out big bucks to get a product that performs well. I think this combo could sell for more and still be a good value. It handled a 2.25lb rainbow with not problem! October 22, 2008
excellent rod great rod.. works very well for a beginer and for the bargin shopper.. a must have! May 10, 2009
Great cheap combo for peacock bass and inshore This combo is a great value for the price and is very durable. I have used it in fresh and saltwater for bass and inshore species.The rod casts great and the reel is smooth and does not click on retrieve (which I like). Although it holds up well in saltwater, I do recommend a better reel/ drag if you are going to be catching jacks/tuna and bonefish because this reel has a very basic drag system. As an experienced fly fisherman, I would recommend this to anyone not looking to spend a fortune on a dependable combo. June 22, 2012
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I'm 11 5ft tall and want to know what size and wt to get
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I would suggest starting with the size 4 or maybe the 5. Then possibly move up to a 6-7 when chasing larger fish and you are comfortable with fly fishing.
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i want to know what kind of fish it will be good for and what kind of action it has
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Most people start with a 5-6 weight and later purchase a 7-8 weight for larger flies and bigger fish.
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Not sure why you would want to add walnut inserts to the reel seat on a cheaper rod, but I don't think you can anyways.

It is not a large arbor reel.
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The reel is not a large arbor reel. Walnut reel inserts cannot be added to the reel seat.
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IS IT MADE IN THE USA?

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No these are made in China, like most inexpensive rods I believe.
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It would most likely be a 5 wt line. You should only go up or down one level on line with your reel. So a 5 wt reel should be able to handle a 4wt or a 6wt line.
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5wt.
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I just want to try fly fishing can anyone reccomend what weight rod and line to try?I will be fishing rivers and ponds in nc for bream and bass.
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6 weight is a good entry weight for trout, blue gill and bass. if you would rather go for pike, musky, salmon and steelhead i would suggest an 8 weight
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9' 5 wt is pretty much the best all around rod option for any beginner, at least from my experience. That would be my recommendation.
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yes i have one a 9 wt works good for snook and small tarpon
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Yes. An 8 weight will work, but it's not great for anything over 10-15lbs especially if you're fishing mangroves
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No, you have to either buy the right or left handed version. They aren't made like spinning reels where you can put the handle on either side.
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Yes, this reel can be converted from right to left hand.
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I bought the Special Edition Dogwood Canyon fly rod combo for my woman. I like the feel of it and wonder in the 8'6" 5 wt is the same as it just not dogwood pink?
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No, you still have to reel this reel in by yourself. It's manual, if I'm understanding your question correctly.
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This is a manual reel.
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