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Value of Orvis Far & Fine? #14846031 05/03/20
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I am beginning to pare down some of my gear and this is one that will be sold soon.
It is a later production (does not have 4-digit date code on butt) 7'9" 5 wt 2-piece.
The original rod tube and divided sock are included. I think I still have the 25-year warranty card somewhere as well.
One a 1-10 scale this is a solid 9 with very little wear at all.
Anyone have an idea on price?
Thanks in advance!
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Re: Value of Orvis Far & Fine? [Re: WFR] #14847411 05/04/20
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These came in two series. The most expensive was the Superfine, it had better hardware and reel seat. The economy model was the Rocky Mountain series and later called the Silver series and it was the same blank with less expensive hardware.

Knowing which series you have would help with the value.

Re: Value of Orvis Far & Fine? [Re: VaHunter] #14850470 05/05/20
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Originally Posted by VaHunter
These came in two series. The most expensive was the Superfine, it had better hardware and reel seat. The economy model was the Rocky Mountain series and later called the Silver series and it was the same blank with less expensive hardware.

Knowing which series you have would help with the value.

It is the Superfine series.
I just posted it on Craigslist locally.
Pictures in the link below.
Do you think I'm priced okay?
Orvis Far & Fine

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Well I was going to say around $250.00 but a quick search shows these superfines going from $250 to $350, with the higher end prices little used condition like yours. So I would say it is fairly priced.

I had a Rocky Mountain series of that rod as my first fly rod and I caught a lot of fish with it. That 7'-9" length in a 5wt works very well for small to medium size creeks/rivers.

Re: Value of Orvis Far & Fine? [Re: VaHunter] #14857746 05/07/20
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Originally Posted by VaHunter
Well I was going to say around $250.00 but a quick search shows these superfines going from $250 to $350, with the higher end prices little used condition like yours. So I would say it is fairly priced.

I had a Rocky Mountain series of that rod as my first fly rod and I caught a lot of fish with it. That 7'-9" length in a 5wt works very well for small to medium size creeks/rivers.

Took your advice and lowered the price a bit.

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