Cabela's Tqr Fly Rods

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Cabela's Tqr Fly Rods -
Packing plenty of power into shorter length, the Tight Quarters Rods (TQR) excel in all those places where longer rods can be overkill. Now you can challenge those streams and creeks choked with heavy cover and find new fish-catching opportunities. The TQR's precision will be put to good use when the difference between hooking a fish and snagging a limb is a matter of inches. Although shorter, each rod has the backbone to turn a hard-charging fish and is still limber enough to protect fine tippets. These advantages are critical and not something you will find in most shorter rods. The moderate-fast action is forgiving with a reserve of extra power when you need it. Cork reel seats and single-foot guides increase weight reduction. Two nuts on the reel seat lock the reel securely in place. Includes rod tube. 10-year warranty.
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Cabela's Tqr Fly Rods Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Very Nice

I'm not much of a fly fisherman. But this short rod makes it a lot easier to learn in the small streams with a lot of trees I frequent. Everything about the rod is as advertised. The cork seats & handle are very nice with a good feel. The action seems moderate to slow I suppose. I was impressed by the solid storage tube included as well. Not made in the states but South Korea's fine with me.
PFG1488 at Cabelas on 05/29/2013

Negative Reviews:

Poor Quality

Purchased the 7'6" 3 wt in March. I fished it a few times in the Spring and liked the action, and although it did seem a bit flimsy, I attributed that to the fact that it was a 3wt. After only using it a few times the butt end broke off when I was screwing on the reel. I put it back in the rod tube with plans of returning it later, but life got in the way and I forgot about it until last week I decided to give it another shot. Added a little duct tape and it worked like a dream until I hooked a nice brown trout when the rod tip decided to break in half. And when I say nice I mean 12-14" (this was a small stream), this rod should have been easily capable of handling a fish that size. For the price I expected it to last a little longer than 6 or so uses, even the White River rod I bought as my first lasted 2 years before it broke.
BummedInNC at Cabelas on 09/17/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Not a short-range caster

I have the 5' 2-wt. I overlined it with a 3-wt forward line for fishing a small, brush-lined stream--lots of bow-and-arrow casts under overhanging willows, and 10'-15' casts into pocketwater lies. I found the rod to cast a double fly rig 25' with accuracy, but it's quite club-like trying to cast accurately at short range. In this regard, it isn't really a small stream rod, since we very rarely cast more than 15' on tiny streams. I'd have preferred a little more flex in the mid-range for more control at short range. It is, however, a pretty rod, and it's rare to find 5' flyrods at affordable prices.
PcktWtr at Cabelas on 11/25/2012

Performance is lacking

I have the 2wt 5 foot rod. It is not great at short distance casting. This is sad because that is more or less the point of a small rod like this. It does fairly well though with medium distances. It should be noted that 2wt line will not load this rod, it will need at least a 3wt line. The rod feels nice when fighting a fish, but fails to meet the main purpose of the rod, short precise casts.
KyleJP at Cabelas on 12/26/2012