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Redington Dually Trout Spey Review

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Trout Spey has become pretty popular over the past few years, and we’ve jumped on the bandwagon and have found it to be very effective and tons of fun! We got into two handed casting from going on steelhead fishing trips, but steelhead water is far enough away that we only got to do it a couple times a year – trout spey is very similar, and with the lighter rods an average big river trout in the 14-18″ range is a hoot. We’ve fished a ton of trout spey rods over the past couple years, and have had a chance...

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G Loomis Rod Highlights and Reviews

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We had a G Loomis demo night earlier this week, and had a chance to cast many of the new rods in their lineup. G Loomis isn’t on a lot of fly fishing folks’ radar, but if you’re in the market for a new rod you should definitely take a look at them. There were a ton of rods that were awesome, but these are the ones we thought were the highlights!

Asquith 9′ 8 weightThis thing is a rocket! We cast this rod with a Scientific Anglers Sonar Titan Clear Tip line, and were seriously impressed. You...

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Scott G Series Review - Fly Rod Review

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Scott G Series Review- Did a classic just get better?

Purchase Scott G Series Fly Rods

Scott G Series rods have long been a favorite of mine. As soon as I learned of the release of the New G Series, I ordered a 884 for myself. I wanted to see for myself if my favorite rods had really been improved upon.

The 884/3 and the 773/4 were some of the first quality fly rods that I purchased in the 1990s. The 884 ( 8’8” 4 Weight) immediately became my go-to trout rod for the majority...

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