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    Florida Keys Permit Fly Rod 1090-4 9' 10wt

    Item: 10278
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    Availability: In Stock Ready to Fish. Ships Next Business Day.
    Price: $749.00
    Special Price: $749.00
    Even on the best of days, fly fishing for permit can be frustrating.  This wily fish is known for it's nervous nature and keen eye site.  Accurate casting is a must to have a chance and rarely do you get a follow-up shot.  For this exact reason we designed our Florida Keys Permit fly rod.  It's well-balanced, stable, efficient and true-tracking.  What does this really mean to you?  Accurate casts at controlled distances with the right presentation.  So give yourself the best chance to tie into a permit and enjoy every cast.  Take one of our Florida Keys Permit rods on your next saltwater adventures.
    • Line Size: 10
    • Length: 9 feet
    • Sections: 4
    • Blank color: Blue
    • Reel Seat: Uplocking, anodized aluminum
    • Guides: Hard-chromed steel
    • Handle: Proprietary Leland Grip
    • Action: Adaptive, Fast

    A Must for Permit

    When most people think of a permit fly rod, they might think of a nine weight...at least that's what I was thinking. I was headed on a trip with some of my buddies and we were ONLY going permit fishing and my boys fish hard. I was ready for a new fly rod for the trip. I talked to lots of shops and heard all sorts of ideas. Then I called Leland and they said they had a permit rod to recommend. It was called "Permit." They had my attention. Bottom line is that I bought it with the agreement that if I didn't like casting it at home, I could send it back for a full refund. Sounded like I couldn't lose. Rather than just cast it with a leader, I tied on a true permit fly...a heavy crab pattern and then cast it. No joke, this #10 fly rod turned over and presented my clunky crab pattern like a dry fly. Done, done, done. Found my favorite permit fly rod. On my trip, I let my boys try the Leland rod and they all agreed I made the right decision. It's simple...if you're going permit fishing, get this rod.