Redington’s New and Hot Predator Fly Rod

Predator

Features

  • Fast action
  • Power for picking up line and fighting large fish
  • Carbon fiber weave in butt section and at ferrules for improved strength & durability
  • 54 and 42 million modulus, Red.Core blank
  • Anodized machined aluminum reel seat, ideal for all saltwater applications
  • Durable oversized guides, titanium oxide ring, robust for saltwater & for shooting line for extra distance
  • Guides: Gun smoke frame snake and stripping guides, titanium oxide ring
  • Come with fabric rod tube with dividers
  • 3 difference sizes of fighting butts on the various line weights, best matching the size of the rod, per the application
  • 12 and 14 weights include foregrip
  • Machined hidden hook keepers at reel seat
  • Alignment dots for easy rod set up
  • Lifetime Warranty

“I recently got to fish Redington’s new Predator 8-weight for the first time . I lined it with a Rio OB Custom Cut T-14 (28-feet). Wow, was I impressed! It cast that line and a big SMM like the two were a match made in Heaven. That’s a fabulous stick for sinking lines; and I’m sure it will handle the others as well. It’s found a permanent place in my rod quiver.”  Dan Blanton

“I fished the 9′ 8 and 9 all fall for little tunnies. I also fished the shorter 8’3″ 10 wt. Also took them to Baja this fall. Plenty powerful rods. I think the 9′ 9 wt might fish better over lined by one. Bottom line I was impressed and are very high on these sticks– waiting on spring to give them more action…” Captain Brian Horsley

“I am fishing the 7, 8 and 9 here in So Cal saltwater and they have been outstanding. The Predator Gives my clients a second choice when going out to buy. Many can not make the jump to XI3′s.”

 

“These rods perform amazing regardless of the price point. I also like to up line on the floating, but use the basic numbers for weighted lines (250gr for 7, 325gr for 8 and 350gr for 9wt).”

“So I now have both sets on the boat.” Captain Bill Matthews

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