Whether you're casting into small creeks or into larger bodies of water, you need an instrument that can present your fly gently and accurately. The Redington Crux Rod with Tube is the choice for anglers who want a confident delivery over short to mid-range distances, while still giving them the ability to have a clean presentation over a longer distance. From the impossibly light 3-weight to the more powerful 10-weight, this fast action rod has a Line Speed Taper that encourages line movement for more efficient distance. Redington's Angled Key Grip is constructed with pre-compressed cork, for a stable, responsive feel in your palm that lasts. The anodized aluminum reel seat increases durability, even in salt water areas, and it even has built in hook-keepers to keep your rig secure while you hike to a new casting position. When you're ready to head home, load the rod into the included Cordura rod tube to ensure that nothing will happen to it while it bounces around in the trunk of your car.
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