Redington Brand Spotlight and Giveaway!

Redington Rod Giveaway

* Congratulations to the winner, who has been contacted by email. If you didn’t win this giveaway, enter our current giveaway.*

Dedicated to making fly fishing more fun, Redington focuses on making high quality fly rods, waders and clothing. They believe time on the water should be comfortable and enjoyable. Keep reading to learn more about this brand, find out how to save money on gear and be sure to enter our Redington Giveaway below.

Redington Makes Fly Fishing Fun!

Redington Fly Rods

Founded in 1992 in the Pacific Northwest, Redington makes products that help you get the most out of your time on the water. The people behind the brand understand fly fishing because they enjoy fishing on their own time. By focusing on the comfort, performance and style they’d like, Redington has become a leader in the fly fishing industry.

Redington Giveaway

Sierra Trading Post carries some Redington fly rods as well as a wide array of casual and performance clothing. Suitable for a day of fishing as well as whatever comes after, Redington apparel offers versatility, value and quality.

Top Products from Redington

Redington Giveaway

1. Redington Recharge Pants – UPF 30+ – With a half-elastic waistband, these pants are designed for lightweight comfort in the great outdoors.

2. Redington Coastal Technical Guide Shirt – Short Sleeve –  dries quickly and features moisture-wicking VersiWick fabric and UPF 30+ VersiSun protection.

3. Redington Convergence Pro Fleece Jacket (For Women) – A great layering piece for colder weather or wear it on its own for your next adventure.

4. Redington CPX Fighting Butt Fly Fishing Rod with Tube – 4-Piece, 10′, 5-6 wt – The CPX Fighting Butt fly fishing rod is a fast action rod with a unique graphite spiral core wrap for the perfect combination of responsive performance and lightweight design.

5. Redington Convergence Pro Fleece Jacket (For Men) – Made to keep you casting freely in cold weather, the Convergence Pro fleece jacket is made of 230g fleece with a contoured design and plenty of stretch for easy layering.

6. Redington Madison Pants – UPF 30 (For Women) – Fish creek side in the morning and hike all afternoon in the Madison UPF 30 pants, designed for versatile performance in the great outdoors.

Redington Giveaway

Would you like to win a free product from Redington? Comment below letting us know which piece of clothing or gear you’d most like to receive for free. Full selection available here: Redington on Sierra Trading Post.

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We’ll pick one winner to receive the product of their choice from Sierra Trading Post. The winner will be contacted by email and announced on the blog on Thursday 9/12/13. Full contest rules.

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Redington Giveaway

Take an additional 25% off of the already discounted prices on Sierra Trading Post. Save on Redington or any other brand of outdoor gear. Some restrictions do apply. Click the link below for the coupon to be activated:

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Andy Hawbaker
Andy is a hiker, backpacker, snowboarder and outdoor fanatic. When he isn't exploring the Rocky Mountains with his wife and daughters he shares his adventures here on the Sierra SocialHub.
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76 comments on “Redington Brand Spotlight and Giveaway!

  1. Matthew Hendrix

    I would love to win a Redington Stratus III Jacket; the waterproof features this jacket offers are some of the most impressive on the market. I hope the Big Tuna is the sky allows my number to come up for this Jacket. Thanks for the giveaways.

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  2. Allen Crater

    Would love the Sonic Pro Jacket – perfect for the upcoming Michigan Salmon and Steelhead seasons…you never know what kind of weather you might get…sun? rain? snow? all of the above?

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  3. Daniel Turner

    Thank you for the opportunity to win the CPX fly rod. This rod will work great on the streams that I fish in Indiana. I cut my eye teeth fishing with a fly rod on limestone creeks in central Pa. I learned to fish with a fly rod from my father, who also taught me how to tie flies.

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  4. Petra Orta

    Definitely the Redington CPX Fighting Butt Fly Fishing Rod with Tube – 4-Piece, 10′, 5-6 wt. I learned fly fishing on a backpacking trip in the Sierras several years ago and was immediately hooked (even more than the fish were!)

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  5. dustin hovis

    would love to win the men’s convergence fleece! Steelhead season is quickly approaching and so is the brisk fall air. cant wait to get on the water and reel in some “steelies” while staying warm in my new Redington fleece!!

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  6. Lorna

    My friends keep asking me to teach them to fly fish. Sure could use an extra pole so I wouldn’t have to keep giving mine up!

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  7. Philip

    I would love the 10′ fly rod. Went Flyfishing in hot creek this past month and was trying to cast far to this fish that was eating up all the bugs on the top. I only had 7.5′ and was coming up short. A 10′ rod would have been perfect!

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  8. Kaleb Klopfenstein

    I would love to receive the Redington CPX Fighting Butt Fly Fishing Rod with Tube! The four piece rod would be perfect for backcountry trips in Colorado’s South San Juan Wilderness!

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  9. Dan Cluzel

    I really need this. I have a two piece fly rod and fish from my Kayak. It has worked so far from Alaska to New Mexico. But it’s not easy. This would make my day, spring, summer and fall! I’d be very happy to take you with me on my adventures.

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  10. Susan P.

    I’d choose Redington CPX Fighting Butt Fly Fishing Rod with Tube (4-Piece, 10′, 5-6 wt) for fly fishing in Montana.

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  11. RW Whitwell

    I would like to receive Redington’s CPX Fighting Butt fly fishing rod, because if you are starting from nothing, you might just as well choose the best rod you can afford.

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  12. matt

    I would love to receive the Redington Sonic-Pro Jacket (since waders werent on the list :) would be helpful on cooler wet mornings spent on the river swinging flys

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  13. Lisa Collins

    I would love to have the Redington Pro Fleece Jacket. It can get chilly during those summer mountain rain showers.

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  14. David

    I’ve had my eye on the “Redington Sonic-Pro Jacket – Waterproof (For Men)” for some time now. It would be nice to win it!

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  15. Debra Miller

    I would love the Redington CPX Fighting Butt Fly Fishing Rod with Tube to match the one my husband has. Then both of us would enjoy our day! Thanks for the chance!

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  16. Branndon C.

    A Redington CPX Spey Fishing Rod would be a nice opportunity to pick up spey casting again, especially since I’m in up-state NY for the next few months.

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  17. Cheryl Kloesz

    I would love to win the Redington Convergence pro fleece jacket! Perfect for those cool fall mornings while hiking and fishing!!

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  18. Janice Danielson

    Redington Canyon Creek Convertible Pants – UPF 30+ (For Men) because I have been looking for a pair of these for my husband and the ones you have look very nice.

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  19. Alexa F.

    It’s a toss up between two if size small is in stock for both:
    1) Women’s Convergence Pro Fleece Jacket looks awesome; olive or black.
    2) Women’s Coastal Technical Guide Shirt; light mint.

    1st looks good for hiking and backpacking.
    2nd looks good for the three weeks I’ll be in the Philippines next year.

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  20. Scott Mathson

    I would most like to receive the Redingtom CPX fighting butt rod in a 8 weight for some Montana northern pike fishing!
    I shared this on Twitter and put the html in my adventure blog by the way ;)
    Thanks!

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