Category Archives: Fly Rods
At the recent International Fly Tackle Dealers show Redington introduced its new fast-action Crux fly rod series. Read more in the press release below.
Sage has announced the release of the new Salt HD rod series, designed with KonneticHD technology specifically for targeting saltwater species. The Salt HD is available in 6 -16 weights. Read more in the press release below.
The new Foundation fly rod series from Sage are fast-action rods built for diverse fishing conditions. Foundation rods are available from 4 through 8-weight and retail for $325. Read more in the press release below.
The new Kairos rods from Winston boast a fast action and a complete series of freshwater, saltwater, and spey models. Read more in the press release below.
Winston has announced the new Nimbus rod series, inspired by their premium Boron rods. “The Nimbus’ progressive action delivers unmatched all-graphite performance, with both the power and finesse to fish even the most challenging situations.” Read more in the press … more
“Easy casting, fast action” is how Josh Prestin describes the new 4-piece VICE fly rod series from Redington. The VICE is priced at $199.95, carries a lifetime warranty, and comes in 15 different models.
G.Loomis and Shimano have announced a new series of fly rods called Asquith. “We are making a bold statement with Asquith,” said world champion fly caster and chief G. Loomis rod designer Steve Rajeff, “we are able to bring together … more
Jim Bartschi, president of Scott Fly Rods, goes through the design features of the newest fast-action, freshwater fly rod the company is calling Flex. It comes in 16 different builds, weights three through eight, and is priced at $475.
Famed rod designer Steve Rajeff of G. Loomis rods goes into detail about the collaboration between parent company Shimano and G Loomis in the new series of fly rods the company is calling “Asquith.”
Dan Johnson of St. Croix explains the company’s innovative two-piece rod that fishes like a single piece, with the main ferrule being just 28 inches from the top.