Is 5wt trout good?

But for the most part your 9′ 5wt can handle any sized trout you will come across. The 5wt rod is sort of considered the “universal trout rod” for fly fishing. It can throw dry flies fairly well (although a 3wt is better) and it can throw streamers if needed (although a heavier rod is better).

Where is Redington based?

Pacific Northwest
Located in the Pacific Northwest where we have access to some of the most wonderful fishing resources in the world, Redington delivers products that get the most out of your time on the water and really, just make fly fishing more fun.

Is Redington Made in USA?

Redington fly rods aren’t made in the USA, but don’t let that discourage you. They have a great warranty and are made with impeccable quality and attention to detail.

Is Redington made in USA?

Who owns Redington Rod?

Far Bank Enterprises, Inc.
Far Bank Enterprises, Inc., the parent company of Sage Fly Fishing, Redington, and RIO Products, recently announced their acquisition of Fly Water Travel, a travel company specializing in arranging trips to the world’s finest fishing destinations based in Ashland, Oregon.

Does sage own Redington?

Far Bank Enterprises, Inc. is a holding company that has as its subsidiaries Sage Fly Fishing, Redington, and RIO Products. Through those brands, Far Bank manufactures and sells fly fishing rods, reels, waders, fly lines, leaders, tippet material and apparel.

How much does a Redington classic trout cost?

Next time you stop into a fly shop, take a gander at the rod rack. Amongst the sea of expensive, often overly-stiff rods, you’ll probably spot the Redington Classic Trout. A rod that casts easily and pleasantly at practical fishing distances—and unlike the rocket launchers for sale beside it, you can buy a Classic Trout for $149.99.

Is the classic trout rod worth buying?

As is typical for the rod market these days, the Classic Trout’s value has gone mostly unnoticed. Rod shoppers likely consider it a beginner or back-up rod, opting instead for the higher-priced rods that barely bend at ordinary fishing distances, even though such rods require more work to cast.

What rod do you fish trout with?

I fish over 75 days a year for trout and do it all with two rods, a Walton Powell 9′ 4/5 vintage 1989 and a Greys Streamflex Plus 9’6″ 3 wt that I bought three years back. I never thought I’d like a rod as much as the Powell I’ve used for so many years but the Greys Streamflex Plus is awesome.