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R. L. Winston Boron II MX - Rods

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Description of the R. L. Winston Boron II MX - Rods:

Winston's new fresh- and saltwater Boron II-MX series. The MX stands for maximum, as in maximum power, distance, and fish fighting capabilities. The 4-, 5-, and 6-weights are slightly stiffer and faster than their Boron IIx counterparts; the 7- through 12-weights are true "cannons" that can handle sinking lines, big flies, and adverse wind conditions. While all eleven models feature faster actions and are capable of making long distance, 100+ foot casts, they will amaze you with their responsiveness and light weight. The rods come with a cork fighting butt and our new double locking reel seat. Whether you're chucking 6'' long "grocery" flies or battling fly rod–humbling winds, a Boron II-MX will get the job done.

The fastest-action 5-weight we've ever made. Ideal for trout, smallmouth bass and even summer steelhead.

Whether you're streamer fishing for big browns or battling monster pike, this 6-weight is up to the task. Also very appropriate for steelhead, Atlantic salmon and schoolie stripers.

A faster-action 7-weight that is perfect for making long casts to species such as bonefish and redfish, or throwing big poppers to snook and largemouth bass.

The power and strength of this rod is remarkable. It can handle a 350-grain line with ease, making it a great, lightweight choice for stripers, Atlantic salmon and steelhead.

An all-around, hardcore, saltwater rod that can handle a wide variety of fly lines. Perfect for bid striped bass, bluefish, false albacore, baby tarpon, king salmon, permit and more.

An extremely powerful 10-weight that weighs in just over 4 ounces. The choice for big winds, big flies and fish like permit, giant trevally, tarpon and dorado.

On days when the wind can discourage anglers from heading out, you;ll appreciate owning theis powerful, accurate 12-weight. The perfect rod for casting sinking lines at night to large tarpon or fighting marlin and sailfish.

Product Details
Handle: Choice of Cigar or Full Wells with Cork fighting butt on 5 or 6-wt,; Full Wells with Cork Fighting butt on 7 thru 10-wt.; 12wt. features a 12" grip and 2 1/2 Cork Fighting Butt.
Sections: 4
Reel Seat: Featherlight Nickle Anodized Aluminum

4-Weight9'43 1/8Fast$760$460
5-Weight9'43 1/4Fast$760$460
6-Weight9'43 1/4Fast$760$460
7-Weight9'43 5/8Fast$770$465
8-Weight9'43 3/4Fast$770$465
9-Weight9'44 1/8Fast$780$470
10-Weight9'44 1/4Fast$800$480
12-Weight9'45 1/8Fast$820$490
Write a Review Reviewed by 1 Customer(s)
Rating: 5 of 5 [5 of 5]
Reviewed by: AC on 03/09/2009
Experience Level: Amatuer - Ownership: 4 - 12 Months
Pros: Great rod, well made and has a good feel to it. casts fluidly and can handle big trout with ease! Easily worth the money and I recommend it to anyone looking for a high quality rod!
Cons: None.
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