Taking the plunge..

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Taking the plunge..

Postby wyldechylde77 » Tue Mar 05, 2013 3:13 am

Hey guys,

Well, I have decided that I am taking the plunge and have decided to pick up a fly combo to start learning on. I know there are better, but I am going with an inexpensive setup here just in the event that I find that I don't really enjoy fly fishing, so I don't wanna waste money. Not in this day and age. So, being a Pflueger guy, I found this one here that usually retails for $60 (remember, these are BEGINNER packages):

http://www.dickssportinggoods.com/produ ... id=prod_cs

But, I also kind of like this one, though it costs a bit more:

http://www.dickssportinggoods.com/produ ... id=prod_cs

Last but not least, there is also this one:

http://www.basspro.com/White-River-Fly- ... LL_PRODUCT

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Re: Taking the plunge..

Postby FlyManJoe » Sat Mar 09, 2013 5:24 pm

Hi Chuck, I'd love to help you out with "taking the plunge" into fly fishing. If you really have your mind set on something Pflueger then the top is a good choice. But be sure too consider the weight of the rod if you have long casting distances to achieve you'll get some aches in your arm. There is also a great site I found. if you give "Fly Shop Closeouts" a quick Google search and you'll be on your way to quality fly fishing gear 30-60% percent off. Also what kind of fly fishing are you doing small stream for little trout, or lakes in search of a big bass or nothern? Like i said i'd love to help you with this.
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