2019 ORVIS CLEARWATER 908-4 FLY ROD : 9'0" 8WT
The 2019 Orvis Clearwater 908-4 is the perfect all purpose rod for largemouth bass, steelhead, redfish, bonefish, and streamer fishing big browns. The Clearwater 8wt performs equally well in both fresh and saltwater, while covering big water with ease, and launching big bass bugs straight to their target. The Clearwater fly rods are designed for improved accuracy and smooth power. This Clearwater 908-4 is a perfect balance of responsiveness and line feel with an impressive amount of power. This is an excellent 8wt rod that will suit any casting style and will beome your go-to rod to 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.
- 9'0" 8-weight is the perfect all purpose largemouth bass, steelhead, redfish, and bonefish rod
- Blanks are black chrome with white accents
- Quick rod identifier on the blank
- Chrome snake and stripping guide with a ceramic insert
- Full black nickel aluminum reel seats
- Fighting butt handle with composite end for durability
- Comes with gray rod tube
- 25-Year Guarantee
- Designed in Vermont
5.00/5 Stars out of 2 Reviews
Clint (Birmingham) | June 12th, 2021
Excellent casting rod. Throws and loads great in the wind when fishing on the coast.
Daniel (Indiana) | March 27th, 2019
Casted this new Clearwater rod in 8wt at Orvis Carmel store. The rod is faster and the accuracy is improved comparing to the old version. Yet it is an entry level Orvis rod and cannot match the performance with Recon or Helios 3. The new clearwater is also very easy to cast and backed with a great warranty. I think it is a good choice for the new casters.