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Straight from the backcountry comes the Cedar Canyon Series of specialized fly fishing rods. Available in three models, these smooth, easy-casting rods are the perfect choice for dry and wet fly fishing techniques on streams, lakes and rivers.
Moderate action blank for easy casting
3 piece design perfect for travel and hiking
Comfortable EVA full well handle for superior grip
Rated 4 out of
cedar canyon fly rodBought this rod to try out a fiberglass rod to see how if differs from graphite and carbon fiber. Takes a little getting used to; haven't used this slow of a rod before. I fish small streams, so casting distance is not a big concern. Casts as far as I need it to. Quality seems good. However, on my third use of the rod, when I disassembled it to put it away, the rubber in the bottom of the tip section tore off and remained in the top of the middle section (pic of bottom of tip section attached). I have used the rod since and check that connection every once in awhile to make sure it doesn't come apart.
Date published: 2019-09-19
Rated 4 out of
Thumbs upThe Cedar Canyon rod is of good quality but at an affordable price. I used the rod to jig for crappie on my first outing. With bigger fish it seems a little on the light action side but it still performed well.
Date published: 2020-03-04
Rated 1 out of
Shakespeare canyon river fly rodHad this for about 2 months and used it maybe 4 times. I'm a little disappointed to say the least. Tried to lad a photo but could not. Rod snapped near the base just from an easy cast. Won't buy another.
Date published: 2020-04-23
Rated 2 out of
Poor ConstructionUsed for three weeks without issue, but rod snapped just above the grip while casting a size 12 dry fly.
Date published: 2020-08-24
Rated 5 out of
Great RodIt has become my go to rod for light weight line..