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Straight from the backcountry comes the Cedar Canyon Premier Series of specialized fly fishing combos. Available in two models, these smooth, easy-casting outfits include a quality Shakespeare® fly reel spooled with fly line and leader. Just tie on a fly and you are ready to go fishing!
User-friendly 4 piece graphite fly rod
Prespooled fly reel with backing, fly line and leader
Shakespeare Cedar Canyon Premier Combo is rated
3.7 out of
Rated 5 out of
Tony B from
Well balanced fly combo!As always, Shakespeare matches the perfect reel with the perfect rod. I have fished Shakespeare spin casting rod/reel combos for the better part of 40+ years and, most recently, fly fishing rod/reel combos. This one is the best!
Date published: 2017-08-11
Rated 5 out of
Great Fly Rod!Bought this piece of art to slay the North GA trout and I have not been disappointed!
Date published: 2017-12-15
Rated 1 out of
Could have been really good!!I'm a big fan of Shakespeare, so when I stumbled up on it, I said why not. I bought the combo and was initially very impressed. However, when I got on the water, there was an odd noise when I stripped the line back. As it turned out, the first stripping guide ring insert had a rough edge (not seated right maybe) so the line was scraping against the guide.