Tenkara USA recently unveiled two new adjustable rod models for 2014. The Sato and the Rhodo are incredibly light, come with new cases, and feature a patent-pending plug hole.
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The partnership of Sage Manufacturing and Casting for Recovery on the GRACE rod has successfully raised funds for the organization’s work with breast cancer survivors, recovery programs and support. Read more in the press release below. Sage’s GRACE Fly Rod … more
New to Redington’s already impressive collection of spey and switch rods, this season the Dually joins the ranks, combining traditional styling and modern technology.
Due to a growing number of clients and sales in the market, the Beaverkill Rod Company has announced they will expand distribution in the West Coast. “There is no better time to expand our dedicated client service offerings to this … more
Tenkara USA has recently announced the release of two new rod models, the Sato and the Rhodo, both to be available in three lengths. Read more in the press release below. Two New Tenkara Rod Models Unveiled From Tenkara USA: Whether … more
Orvis product developer Shawn Combs gives us the skinny on on the newest series of fly rods from the company: Superfine Glass.
Orvis plans on unveiling a new crop of superfine glass rods soon. More on that later…. In the interim we tried to break a prototype. Earlier this summer Shawn “Puffy” Combs, product designer at Orvis – showed MidCurrent and a … more
Howard Croston, rod designer for Hardy & Greys, explains the new Jet series of fly rods. The rods feature SINTRIX™ material and techniques pioneered in the award-winning Zenith range of rods but are quite a bit less expensive. There are … more
Do you like slower action rods, small creeks, smaller fish, and gentle presentations? If so you might want to check out Redington’s newest line of fly rods called Butter Sticks. The company’s fiberglass rods cover 2-wt through 5-wt, all in … more
The making of a graphite rod blank is a more complicated and expensive process than you would think, explains Tim Romano on Field & Stream, after touring the Orvis rod factory and seeing $100K worth of graphite in a freezer. … more