Cabela's Fish Eagle 50 Salmon/Steelhead Spinning Rods

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Cabela's Fish Eagle 50 Salmon/Steelhead Spinning Rods -
Cabela’s Fish Eagle rods have been our best-selling series since 1990. Now we’ve taken these customer favorites to the next level with features that make them even more sensitive and reliable. Fish Eagle 50 rods are built with high-quality HM50 graphite, 50 million-PSI modulus blanks. Blanks are  equipped with Pac Bay® stainless steel guide frames with durable wear-resistant Hialoy® ceramic inserts that to reduce line friction for consistently longer casts and smoother retrieves. These spinning rods feature down-locking fore grips for flawless security, eliminating exposed reel seat threads. They are outfitted with cork grips with rubberized accents for a better grasp. The pearl gray-green color has a matte finish. Our Fish Eagle rods have been tested and approved by our veteran staff of anglers, resulting in high-performance rods you can count on for salmon and steelhead fishing.
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Cabela's Fish Eagle 50 Salmon/Steelhead Spinning Rods Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great rod

A bit stiffer than I expected for a medium rod but no worries. The tip is great. I have cast 1/4 ounce lures (well below the rated weight) with surprising results in distance. If I were to buy a steelhead-only rod I would probably go with a light or medium/light blank. The only problem that I have with this rod is its tendency to cast lures and such into the trees behind me! Must be the fault of the rod, right?
Klamath64 at Cabelas on 01/14/2014

Excellent Steelhead Rod

I used this 11'6" rod to float fish for Salmon at Lake Ontario in 2013. The rod was long enough to keep the line off the water, firm enough to set the hook, and comfortable to use all day long. The price was great, and the salesperson really knew his stuff by recommending this rod. You really don't need a three hundred dollar rod for Steelhead. Just one that will stand up to the rigors of cold weather river fishing.
fossilfisherman at Cabelas on 12/17/2013

Solid rod for the price

Purchased this rod for salmon float rod applications. Appears to have the right backbone/moderate tip flex for the job. Will use 12-15# copoly line. Based on my experiences, this rod should do well handling salmon in moderater to slightly higher water conditions. Difficult to review actual performance until next years run.....
fish2much at Cabelas on 12/31/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Needs a longer butt

I have bought both of the 11 foot rods. one with as listed- A butt. one listed with -B butt. A not so bad for a very light use rod
Puzzling how it got labeled a S&S rod. the B butt should be somewhat longer 6 inches or so To be a usable S&S rod. Or be sold with the a Butt.
redshirt at Cabelas on 01/07/2014