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    Default Sierra fly rod

    Anyone know what happen to this company or where tney went? I bought a sierra rod from Cabelas and for the the price i have never found another fast action rod to come close. These rods are great for distance casting. I would like to purchase the same in a 6 weight but can't find these rods used or new. There are a couple of companys with Sierra in tbe name building cane rods and one company " Sierra Sitck" doing graphite rods but these are not the same. If anyone knows where to buy Sierra Fly Rods please advsie.
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    A warm summers rain falls down on a quiet fishing stream
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    Two ol fishin buddies with never a care
    Teasing a trout with a fly.
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    I'm not positive, but I think when TFO rods first came on the market their entry level rod was called Sierra. They sold for around $100 and were nice casting rods.

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yaffle View Post
    Anyone know what happen to this company or where tney went? I bought a sierra rod from Cabelas and for the the price i have never found another fast action rod to come close. These rods are great for distance casting. I would like to purchase the same in a 6 weight but can't find these rods used or new. There are a couple of companys with Sierra in tbe name building cane rods and one company " Sierra Sitck" doing graphite rods but these are not the same. If anyone knows where to buy Sierra Fly Rods please advsie.
    Thank you
    Are you referring to "Scierra" and not "Sierra". Scierra is a Danish company that makes excellent products including rods and reels. They tried to make inroads into the US market a few years ago. Cabelas was a distributor along with some smaller shops. Ultimately they were not successful enough and they withdrew from the US market after a year or two ceased distribution here.

    Scierra gear can be purchased from a number of European shops with an internet presence.

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    Yes it is Scierra! Thanks.
    A warm summers rain falls down on a quiet fishing stream
    Lined with cabins, smoke straight to the sky
    Two ol fishin buddies with never a care
    Teasing a trout with a fly.
    (Simani, "This Isle of Mine")

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