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L.L. Bean

Entry-Level 5 Weight Fly Rods
9 years ago

Entry-Level 5 Weight Fly Rods

By  •  Fly Fish

Looking for your first rod? Here are two that deliver versatility and value – Redington’s Pursuit and L.L. Bean’s Streamlight Ultra.
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L.L. Bean Streamlight Ultra Rod Review
9 years ago

L.L. Bean Streamlight Ultra Rod Review

By  •  Fly Fish

L.L. Bean once again impressed us with the Streamlight Ultra. It’s an inexpensive rod that punches above its weight delivering solid performance and value.
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Small Stream Big Value Fly Rods
9 years ago

Small Stream Big Value Fly Rods

By  •  Fly Fish

Stalking trout on a small stream requires stealth and delicate presentations. It also requires the right tools. Here are three big-value small-stream rods that get the job done – the L.L. Bean Double L, Redington Classic Trout and St. Croix Avid.
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L.L. Bean Double L Rod Review

By  •  Fly Fish

Nice rod in a nice package. The Double L’s cosmetics and rod tube are some of the best in the category. The product’s solid on-the-water performance paired with L.L. Bean’s 100% satisfaction guarantee make this a no-worries go-to rod for the small stream.

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Rubber-Soled Wading Boot Reviews
9 years ago

Rubber-Soled Wading Boot Reviews

By  •  Fly Fish, Footwear

Say what you want about rubber-soled fly fishing footwear, these products are here to stay. Products from L.L. Bean, Redington and Simms provide options worth considering.
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L.L. Bean Gray Ghost Wading Boot Review

By  •  Fly Fish, Footwear

L.L. Bean opts for a range of rubber soles in its product line to stop anglers from transporting invasive species from one stream to another. The new Gray Ghost takes that tact to a whole new level.

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