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Redington Butter Stick: Six Rod Series

Redington Butter Stick: Six Rod Series

Redington gets extra credit points for the best name for a fly rod with the recent introduction of the Redington Butter Stick. The rods live up to their name, as they are painted dark yellow, and they'll add flavor to any outing. This six-rod series runs from a 6'2" 2-weight up to an 8' 5-weight. ($250 redington.com)

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