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Howard Croston goes deep on detail about Hardy’s one- and four-piece Zephrus salt water fly rods, new for 2016.
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
The Hardy Zenith 8’6″ 4 weight has won Yellowstone Angler’s 2012 4-weight shootout. In the past the shootout has consisted of #8 and #5 rods. This is the first year they have looked at the lighter lines. Read the detailed … more
Hardy UltraLite The Hardy name is synonymous with classic fly tackle, and perhaps in no single product category has that iconic brand carried more weight than in fly reels. Thankfully, Hardy is still producing revamped classics like the “Bouglé,” the … more
THE HARDY NAME IS SYNONYMOUS with classic fly tackle, and perhaps in no single product category has that iconic brand carried more weight than in fly reels. Thankfully, Hardy is still producing revamped classics like the “Bouglé,” the “Cascapedia,” and the “Marquis.” … more
“Taupo” Perfect Fly Reel Hardy first introduced the original “Taupo” Perfect fly reel in 1958 to fill the need for a larger capacity trout reel that could handle the legendary monster rainbows and brown trout of New Zealand. Despite a … more
On day one of the International Fly Tackle Dealer show Andy Mill, who coordinated the field testing and analysis for the SINTRIX fly rods, joined MidCurrent staff at the casting pond to talk about Hardy North America’s new SINTRIX rod series.
The SINTRIX fly rods are now Hardy’s preeminent rod series. The saltwater Sintrix models are being called the Zenith Series, while the freshwater models will fall into the ProAxis Series.
Each is built with Hardy’s new proprietary SINTRIX material. more