FR 1086-4 CC GLX
This rod is at the lower end of the power curve for those saltwater fanatics that like to go a light as possible. It’s designed with a responsive tip, combined with an extra-powerful butt-section, making it a great little rod for casting small flies on long leaders to bonefish, seatrout or puppy drum, especially in extra skinny water where the fish are easily spooked. For a six-weight, it’s still got plenty of power and will handle big fish surprisingly well. A nice option for light-duty freshwater bass fishing.
FR 1087-4 CC GLX
As long as the wind isn’t a factor, this rod is a great choice for almost any of the popular flats species like redfish, bonefish, specks and small permit. It’s more powerful than you might think and totally capable of handling oversized surprises, no problem! When you want to go to a slightly lighter rod on the flats, whether for fun or the challenge, this is as good as it gets!
FR 1089-4 CC GLX
When you need to step up to bigger flies, longer casts and bigger fish, this 9-weight is the right choice. It’s a great rod for casting in the wind and will handle all the popular fish on the saltwater scene. Permit, barracuda, jacks, big reds, stripers, blues, false albies… you name it. It’s got the power of a cannon, but “shoots” like a rifle.
FR 10810-4 CC GLX
A real powerhouse when it comes to casting big flies for big fish, especially on windy days when a lot of fly fishers get that “where’s the spinning rod” attitude. This rod has a lot of lifting power for moving big permit away from a wreck or handling big dorados in the open ocean. It’s all about power and everything heavy-duty. Want a real challenge on a fly rod? Take this one along on your next tarpon trip. We’re sure you’ll be impressed!
|Model||FR 1086-4 CC GLX||FR 1087-4 CC GLX||FR 1089-4 CC GLX||FR 10810-4 CC GLX|
|Weight||6 wt||7 wt||9 wt||10 wt|