"Spey's the Way"

Associated Press writer Keith Ridler managed to sneak a story on two-handed rods by the discriminating eyes of the AP editors. I guess that means two-handed rods and techniques are here (in the U.S.) to stay. “Two-handed rods are intended for big rivers and big fish. The extra length of the rods lets anglers ‘mend’ the fly line once it’s in the water to make the fly work properly across the river, and the long casts allow anglers to cover more territory, therefore increasing the chances of turning a day of fishing into a day of catching.”

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