ORVIS CLEARWATER 108-4 FLY ROD OUTFIT : 10'0" 8WT
The Orvis Clearwater 108-4 Fly Rod Outfit features the new Orvis Clearwater 10'0" 8wt Fly Rod, new Orvis Clearwater IV Fly Reel, and Orvis Clearwater WF floating fly line, Clearwater cordura rod tube, Orvis braided dacron backing, and Orvis tapered leader, all shipped professionally rigged and ready to fish...just tie on a fly!
The New Orvis Clearwater 108-4 fly rod is the perfect choice for streamer fishing big browns, swinging flies to steelhead and salmon, launching big bass bugs, and as a general purpose saltwater rod. This versatile 8wt is perfect for fishing from a drift boat or skiff and excels at covering big water with ease. The longer 10'0" length will throw larger saltwater flies in the wind and effortlessly toss bulky bass bugs straight to their target. The Clearwater fly rods are designed for smooth power and improved accuracy, and the. This Clearwater 108-4 is a perfect balance smooth power and responsiveness, and mends your entire line in fasting moving streams like no other. The smooth, powerful medium action will suit any casting style and will handily cover multiple species.
The new Clearwater Rod Series is not just a cosmetic facelift, but a complete overhaul from the ground up by Orvis's Vermont rod designers. Everything has changed except the value. It's still the best fly rod you can buy for the money, but with a significant upgrade in performance and looks in a comprehensive series that covers every angler from small stream addicts to Skagit slinging two-handers. Each rod was designed with a purpose-built taper and action to handle the specific fishing situations that each rod model is designed for. The action of the Clearwater rods progress from from medium-action small stream rods to medium-fast freshwater rods and continue up to fast-action big game rods.
5.00/5 Stars out of 1 Reviews
Dennis Tol (Alaska) | August 27th, 2020
Got my 10ft 8wt Clearwater outfit and put it to use right away with Orvis Bankshot Sink Tip fly line for Silvers. The casting from a frameless pontoon on Alaska rivers is greatly improved over a 9ft as is roll casting. The rod has a great feel and the Clearwater iV reel is smooth and the drag feels strong. I am happy. Orvis could have added a hook keeper on the rod though.