Tag: R.L. Winston

Video: New Plus Series Rods from Winston

Adam Hutchinson from Winston Rods details the features of the Saltwater, Freshwater, and "Jungle" series of Boron III Plus series of rods that are new from the company this year.

Winston GVX Gets "Fly Fish America" Editor's Choice Award

R.L. Winston's GVX rod series has received an Editor’s Choice Award in Fly Fish America’s 2012 Gear Guide as one of the “best-of-the-best” in new fly fishing gear. The GVX is Winston’s new series of fast-action all-graphite rods. Designed and produced in Twin Bridges, Montana, they feature the same fast-action tapers, green finish, and...

R.L. Winston Launches New Web Site

The R.L. Winston Rod Company says their new website has been updated to better run on mobile devices such as the iPhone and iPad. It's also added a forum for their online fishing community, casting instruction, news releases and conservation information. For video buffs, they've beefed up their already-extensive entertainment section, the "Winston Channel,...

Winston Adds 5-piece Travel Rod to its Boron IIIx Lineup

Adding to their Boron IIIx series, this year R.L. Winston is introducing three new 5-piece Boron IIIx specialty travel rods which they've dubbed, “the ultimate Boron IIIx 5-piece travel rod.” These three new 9-foot rods in 4-weight, 5-weight and 6-weight models incorporate the same versatility and smooth-casting fast action of their high performance...

Video Hatch: Fishing Classic Glass

Julie Arnold fishes a small Montana for brown trout using a classic fiberglass rod, a Winston 7 1/2-foot #2/3 "Stalker" from the 1970s.  The rod was one of the first built by Tom Morgan for Winston (it used a blank originally designed by Doug Merrick for J.K. Fisher fiberglass rods) and many consider it one of the finest glass rods ever built.

R.L. Winston Unveils Four New Rod Series

Boron IIIx Winston's new Boron III material has had a significant impact on the design of Winston’s newest line of Boron IIIx fly rods.  These rods are lighter, faster, and more responsive, but remain versatile rods with a wide casting range. In terms of action, these rods generate faster line speed than the Boron IIx counterparts that they are...