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Factory Sage Vantage 9Ft 8Wt 4Pc For Sale


Brian K. Shaffer

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Excellent condition Sage Vantage 9ft 8wt 4pc fly rod for sale.

Med-Fast action, no tube / no sock - $150

PayPal is A-OK.

cheers, Brian

Just once I wish a trout would wink at me!

ozarkflyfisher@gmail.com

I'm the guy wearing the same Simms longbilled hat for 10 years now.

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I'll give 50$ for that huge 9' 8wt, I need something to use as a door stop at the shop :)

Tim Homesley

23387 st. hwy 112

Cassville, Mo 65625

Roaring River State park

Tim's Fly Shop

www.missouritrout.com/timsflyshop

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Consider this deal done Joe. I will call you here within the next day or two.

You taking it to the PM or the Manistee ?

Just once I wish a trout would wink at me!

ozarkflyfisher@gmail.com

I'm the guy wearing the same Simms longbilled hat for 10 years now.

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We are going to fish the little Manistee and Bear creek. Joe hit his first Steelhead with me last spring and this will make a good starter rod for him. Just takes one big Steelie to get the fever. Little streams and big fish make for some awesome fights.

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I used a Pate Salmon on the PM. That reel can take just about anything. (especially $ out of your wallet)

Just once I wish a trout would wink at me!

ozarkflyfisher@gmail.com

I'm the guy wearing the same Simms longbilled hat for 10 years now.

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I have a couple of the locally made (Baldwin, Michigan) Harris reels that work pretty well and have held up to a lot of abuse. Unfortunately they don't make them up there anymore. I believe the company sold out to a manufacturer on the west coast. If you have any recommendations for a stout disc drag reel that can withstand the cold and wet of Michigan Steelheading let me know. There should be some good choices without going over $250 and breaking the bank. We typically fish light tippets (at least for Steelhead) of 6lb and the key is having a good drag that has a smooth low-inertia start-up and stays consistent in extreme cold and wet. A lot of products out there just don't hold up if it's cold.

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