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BWC HSR 760-1

$399.00

An excellent 12-pound test, one-piece plug rod for salmon and steelhead. The 760 is also a perfect spinner rod for small rivers, and a terrific rod for drifting small baits for summer steelhead and fall silvers. It has a magnum-power butt and quick, light tip that delivers fast, accurate casts and good fish-fighting ability - whether you’re fishing from a boat or the bank. 

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWC StR 904-2

$399.00

As you travel north through steelhead country, rod lengths gradually increase (by the time you get to Canada, you’re up to 12 feet or more), but when you look at the techniques involved it is easy to see why. Float fishing requires long rods to handle the floats and long leaders, while the smaller, brushy rivers of Northern California require shorter, lighter rods for success. By the time you get to the Cowlitz River in west central Washington - just up the road from Edge - you’ve hit 9-foot country, and that is where this rod shines. It handles the long leaders and light leads required for the low, clear water of summer, and the heavier gear necessary to fish the high, emerald-green water of December. The graphite is HM, because sensitivity is the name of the game and overall weight is an important factor, especially in a longer rod. 

Salmon/Steel/UL

BWS FWR 741-2

$399.00

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$169.00

This rod’s blank design is unique - versatility is the name of the game with this model - Its unique design features an extra fast, fine tip for easy bite detection, easier casting of both bait and lures, but a powerful mid section to be able to control the fight of the fish. Ideal for twitching jigs, throwing blades/spinners and spoons.

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Salmon/Steel/UL

Delta-FSS-HSR 883-2S

$169.00

This rod’s blank design is unique - versatility is the name of the game with this model - Its unique design features an extra fast, fine tip for easy bite detection, easier casting of both bait and lures, but a powerful mid section to be able to control the fight of the fish. Ideal for heavier jigs, throwing bigger blades/spinners and spoons.

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Salmon/Steel/UL

Delta-FSS-PR 905-2

$169.00

length:9’0″ line: 10-30lb lure: 3/4-2 1/2oz pieces: 2 type:  Multi-purpose spin. action: Moderate power: Med Heavy add’l info: Four Piece Travel Rod, Ideal for Salmon/Steelhead, Light Surf, Jetty/Pier Fishing, Float Fishing, Jigs

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Salmon/Steel/UL

Delta-FSS-PR 905-4

$169.00

length:9’0″ line: 10-30lb lure: 3/4-2 1/2oz pieces: 4 type: Travel, multi purpose spin. action: Moderate power: Med Heavy add’l info: Four Piece Travel Rod, Ideal for Salmon/Steelhead, Light Surf, Jetty/Pier Fishing, Float Fishing, Jigs

Sale!
$169.00

length:8'0″ line: 6-10lb lure: 1/4-3/4oz pieces: 2 type: Spin Jig action: Extra Fast power: Medium add'l info: Ideal for Bass, Walleye and Inshore Applications. Extra Fast, Fine Tip and medium action make this a perfect rod for a wide range of lures. Jigs to Spinner baits, Wacky Worm, poppers and jerk-baits, finesse jigs and hair jigs.

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Salmon/Steel/UL

Delta-FSS-STR 865-2

$169.00

length:8’6″ line: 8-17lb lure: 3/8-1oz pieces: 2 type: Spin action: Fast power: Medium Heavy add’l info: Ideal for Steelhead and Salmon (Silver/Sockeye), will work well for spoons, floats, drifting eggs, bobber dogging smaller streams. Fast tip makes this rod a good candidate for twitching jigs as well.

Salmon/Steel/UL

FSC StR 904-2C

$279.00

As you travel north through steelhead country, rod lengths gradually increase (by the time you get to Canada, you’re up to 12 feet or more), but when you look at the techniques involved it is easy to see why. Float fishing requires long rods to handle the floats and long leaders, while the smaller, brushy rivers of Northern California require shorter, lighter rods for success. By the time you get to the Cowlitz River in west central Washington - just up the road from Edge - you’ve hit 9-foot country, and that is where this rod shines. It handles the long leaders and light leads required for the low, clear water of summer, and the heavier gear necessary to fish the high, emerald-green water of December. The graphite is IM, because sensitivity is the name of the game and overall weight is an important factor, especially in a longer rod.