|08-17-2002 06:50 PM|
Sold the Rod
Enjoy the rod!
|07-13-2002 07:56 PM|
Truth be told, an 8wt is light for surf, rips, ocean boat use, etc. But it's fine for the places most cast a fly for stripers. A 9wt would be a better all-around tool. Sometimes you want a 10wt. I tell my better half I need them all!
If this is in your price range you should consider it a damn good option. If it's your first rod for stripers, consider yourself lucky.
|07-12-2002 12:32 PM|
|CSJ60||I'm new to fly fishing and looking for a 9wt for stripers. Is this rod to light for stripers/novice fly caster?|
|07-08-2002 02:06 PM|
I've cast one of these 8wt at baymen outfitters. Sweet indeed. Super light in the hand. Maybe it's that spigot ferrule but it really casts smooth. I wouldn't call it a fast (stiff) but it puts out a decent cast with very little effort.
|07-08-2002 11:21 AM|
What kind of action is it? I'm actually looking for a 7 wt. but if it is on the lighter end of 8 I could be interested.
|07-07-2002 12:30 PM|
|juro||That's a sweet deal! I am overloaded with 8 and 9 wts at the moment, but someone is going to be a lucky buyer.|
|07-06-2002 11:28 AM|
Scott STS 9' 8wt.
Brand new in the case w/ sock. I never casted the rod it was a gift. Plus I have a sts 8 wt already don't need 2. $200 plus shipping gets the rod.
happy 4th July weekend