Redington ButterStick Review

Redington's Butter Stick was called the "pole with the most suitable name" by our group. The pole sporting activities sufficient stiffness in the butt part to be able to step-up as well as execute if pushed right into solution as a nymphing pole when the demand occurs.

Redington ButterStick Review


The Butter Stick's fiberglass empty attributes a stiffer butt part compared to a lot of various other rods we checked in this lesson, offering even more power to the stick when needing to battle and also transform huge, effective fish. That stiffer reduced part additionally offers the Butterstick the foundation toughness should power larger flies and also double-fly rigs right into activity, making this of the a lot more functional completely dry fly experts we examined.
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Casting Range and Precision


At 7'6" with a quite soft idea and also mid-section, the Butter Stick can not match the a little stiffer Orvis Superfine Glass in overall proximity possibility, yet it does exceed the also softer graphite rods in this lesson. Reasonably knowledgeable wheels ought to have the ability to shake a fly 40-- 45 feet with an excellent level of precision, and also identify reliability bent on concerning 35 feet.

Flexibility


The stout butt part does provide you the security and also assistance should cast larger flies, like huge foam rocks and also receptacles, without way too much initiative. We additionally found the versatile idea was excellent for really feeling soft handles wandering nymphs, making this a terrific pole for angling those subsurface flies in crystal clear waters where the fish are added scary. Altogether, this is a well spherical small-stream pole.

Keep in mind

We examined the 7'6", 4-weight variation. It is likewise offered in 2-weight via 5-- weight variations of numerous lengths.

Redington ButterStick Pro


  • Lovely butter-colored pole
  • Efficient in fragile discussions of tiny, tool as well as big completely dry flies
  • Could be made use of properly to fish nymphs or double-fly rigs
  • Among the least pricey rods in the course

Redington ButterStick Cons


  • Restricted casting range
  • Not made in the U.S.A
  • A little bigger compared to graphite rods in this course