Redington’s Vice fly rod series is an accessible rod choice for all anglers. Vice are fast-action rods with increased levels of recovery for casting and greater accuracy and control. Read more in the press release below.
Latest Fly Rods News
Sage has announced their new fly rod series, The X Rod. The fast-action rods are available in freshwater models in three through six weights and saltwater in five through 10 weights, as well as switch and Spey models. Available August … more
The R.L.Winston Rod Company has announced expert saltwater angler Dave Chouinard has joined the Winston Pro Advisor Team. “I look forward to working closely with Winston from 2500 miles away on the west coast of Florida,” says Chouinard, “helping them … more
Winston has announced a new series of fly rods specifically for European style nymph fishing. The new Boron III X Super 10 rods are designed to handle a range of technical nymph techniques: double nymphs, weighted nymphs, strike indicators and … more
Douglas Outdoors has announced the launch of their new SKY fly rod series, designed by Fred Contaoi. “The SKY rods are clearly light in the hand which is a great advantage on the water but just being light in itself … more
St. Croix’s 7, 8, and 9 weight Mojo bass rods are ideal for large, wind-resistant flies including nymphs, poppers, frogs, crawfish and minnows. The premium-quality SCII graphite delivers a moderate/fast action designed for accurate, short-to-medium casting distances that both beginners … more
Winston Rod Company has announced the acquisition of Bauer Premium Fly Reels, and Bauer welcomes angler, artist and adventurer, Jeff Currier to their ProStaff. Read more in the press release below.
Allen Fly Fishing shows off three different rods that debuted late last year and run the gamut from the Prelude entry level rod at $79 dollars up to the high-end Volant Series at $309 dollars.
Jeff McGowen from Winston Fly Rods talks about how the Boron III Plus Series generates an extreme amount of line speed that helps when throwing big bugs, battling wind, and fishing bigger bodies of water.