Redington Dually II Rod

Redington Dually II Rod
Redington Dually II Rod
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Dually II Rod by Redington
Whether you're seeking trout in the local river or going on an adventure in search of steelhead, the Redington Dually II Rod is the two-handed rod that will complete your arsenal. Its two-handed use complements its medium-fast action to give you an aggressive cast with a forgiving side. All weights feature an anodized aluminum and cork reel seat which stands up to salt- or freshwater conditions and resists corrosion. Smaller features like the included Cordura rod tube that protects the rod during storage and the alignment dots that make getting it back out easy round out the experience with the Dually II, ensuring that any frustration will come from the fish, not your rod.

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SKU: RNG0038
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