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#1 The Mad Duck

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Posted 11 September 2019 - 01:41 PM

I have, up for grabs a Redington "Redfly" Spey Rod.
My Dad purchased this in 98-99 for an Atlantic Salmon trip. He used it on that trip and didn't use it again because he had a custom rod made for his next trip.
According to the folks at Redington, this rod is a 3 piece, 10/11 weight and is 14 feet long (I measured it). It is in incredibly good shape since it was only used on one trip. Also included is a rod tube.
I honestly have zero use for a Spey rod,so, it needs to go. The folks at Redington said the rod sold for $250 and was most likely worth $175. I would like to get maybe $150 but can be flexible. I'll split shipping with the buyer unless its going to China or somewhere else across the planet.


EDIT: The folks at Redington said this rod was a 10/11 weight rod, but I have found some conflicting information about the line weight size. According to the other information brought to my attention, the 14 foot Redfly is a 9wt rod. My apologies for the confusion.

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