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Echo CLASSIC Two Hand Fly Rod Echo CLASSIC Two Hand Fly Rod
The Classic Two Hand Fly Rod is a spey rod with an affordable price tag for beginners and a performance level that keeps it in the game for veterans of the sport. The modest fast action is complemented with serious lifting power that you'll be grateful for when you hook a fighter. An anodized aluminum reel seat provides low-maintenance durability, and SIC stripping guides with chrome snake guides ensure your line will flow smoothly. The four-piece design makes it easy to bring along on your trip to the Pacific Northwest--or anywhere really--no matter what mode of transportation you'll be using.
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$239.95
Echo ECHO3 Two Hand & Switch Fly Rod Echo ECHO3 Two Hand & Switch Fly Rod
An exceptionally advanced rod, the Echo3 Two Hand & Switch Fly Rod is constructed with high-modulus graphite and modern resins for a lightweight and sturdy build. Stiff enough to nail your long distance shot, it maintains the sensitivity that allows you to feel even the gentler hits on your fly. The crisp action and high power of this rod allow you to use your normal casting style and transfer your energy into a longer and more effective shot. In addition to its high-performance specs, Echo added a touch of luxury with an anodized aluminum reel seat and a lightweight square rod case that can easily fit a second rod. The Echo3 is designed to perform well no matter what kind of water you're fishing on, making it a versatile, all-around rod.
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$524.95
Echo Swing Spey Fly Rod Echo Swing Spey Fly Rod
Landing a wild steelhead on a spey rod is a right of passage every angler aspires toward, but whether you're a trout enthusiast or bass master, transitioning from a one-handed rod to two-handed spey rod can be daunting. Echo is working to make the transition easier--and less expensive--with its line of Swing Spey Fly Rods. These budget-friendly sticks can be paired with a standard spey line and standard leader or short sink-tip, so you don't have to mess with different shooting heads and tapers unless you really want to. The rod is made with a stiff graphite to give the rod plenty of backbone to bring large anadromous fish to net, and the shaped cork handle is extended to give you leverage necessary to make long-distance casts to the far bank.
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$249.99
Echo Swing Switch Fly Rod Echo Swing Switch Fly Rod
Realizing anglers rarely use their switch rods to make overhead casts, Echo designed its line of Swing Switch Fly Rods almost exclusively for making two-handed spey casts--it's still a compact, easy-casting option when you're fishing in tight quarters, but the reworked design enables it to effectively make those long-distance spey casts to the far bank. Pair it with a bobber rig and egg when you're fishing for steelhead or spool it up with a sink-tip and intruder when you're prospecting for predatory salmonids.
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$249.95
Sage Bass Large Mouth Fly Rod Sage Bass Large Mouth Fly Rod
If you fish for largemouth, you know you're usually sending fairly large flies into small targets between weeds and lily pads. The Sage Bass Large Mouth Fly Rod has the power to send that wind-resistant fly out into the lake, and the sensitivity to place it gently in that opening. This rod launched Sage's Bass series, and leads the pack with fast-action distance and accuracy. A full-wells handle with a fighting butt adds to your control once you set the hook, and the rod is built within most tournament specifications so you can take your fishing to the next level.
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$550.00
Sage Bass Small Mouth Fly Rod Sage Bass Small Mouth Fly Rod
The Bass Small Mouth Fly Rod is the younger, equally fun sibling to the Large Mouth rod in Sage's Bass line. Its fast action provides just the right amount of power to present wind-resistant flies to smaller, more sensitive species. The up-locking reel seat is constructed from anodized aluminum to increase its durability, and the rod comes with a ballistic cloth rod and reel case to protect it during travel. A full-wells handle and fighting butt give you the traction you need to haul in a fighter, and if you decide to compete, this rod falls into most tournament specifications.
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$550.00
Sage Method Two-Handed Rod Sage Method Two-Handed Rod
Designed for anglers who prefer to get both hands on their rod, the Sage Method HD Rod is designed to improve even the cast of even advanced practitioners. Using Sage's Konnetic Technology, it gives you smooth line movement and ultra-fast action that gives your line speed. Its aggressive taper optimizes loading and transfers energy into the forward cast, increasing power and accuracy by eliminating vibration. This lightweight rod efficiently throws big flies into big water as though it were much heavier, letting you chase Alaskan rainbows, small steelhead, and the like.
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$950.00
Sage One Trout Spey Fly Rod - 4-Piece Sage One Trout Spey Fly Rod - 4-Piece
Just when you thought you had every trout rod you could possibly need, Sage comes out with its One Trout Spey Fly Rod and makes you reconsider why you're spending your days staring at a bobber when you could be making spey casts and hooking into trout on the swing. Made with Sage's Konnetic technology, this lightweight, two-handed spey rod is delicate enough to protect light tippets and small trout flies, while offering the power needed to make long distance spey casts to the far bank. Being a member of Sage's flagship One series, the One Trout Spey has that same fast action feel that will push moderately weighted streamers out where the fish are, while maintaining the sensitivity needed to detect the strike.Like all Sage rods, the One Trout Spey is made in Bainbridge Island, WA and is fitted with all the top-shelf components you'd expect to find on a Sage. The blank has a nice black ice color with black thread wraps and a bronze trim. The two-handed spey handle is composed of a Super Plus cork material for a solid and comfortable casting feel, while the stripper guides are made from Fuji ceramic material and the snake guides are a hardened chrome, resulting in a smooth and fast feel as the line passes through the guides. The rod comes with a black rod bag and powder coated aluminum rod tube with a Sage Medallion at the end.
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$950.00
Sage Peacock Fly Rod Sage Peacock Fly Rod
The Peacock Fly Rod joins the Sage Bass II line as its heavyweight champ. Face it off against giant fish like muskie and pike, and see how it performs. Drop heavy sliders and poppers right on target into freshwater or saltwater, and rely on the Peacock to pull big trophies from the depths. A full-wells handle and a cork composite fighting butt give you the leverage to win the fight, and the rod is built within most tournament specifications so you can turn your prize into an award.
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$550.00
Sage Pulse Two-Handed Fly Rod Sage Pulse Two-Handed Fly Rod
The Sage Pulse Two-Handed Fly Rod is made from Sage's IIIe graphite and delivers the fast-action performance necessary to cast heavy skagit heads and traditional spey lines. The Pulse is one of the newest additions to the Sage family, and it was designed from the ground up with a stiff graphite blank that gives the rod a fast-action feel. Like all Sage rods, the Pulse is made on Bainbridge Island, USA, and it was designed to be a salmon or steelhead workhorse, whether you're drifting an indicator setup from a switch rod or swinging Scandi patterns from one of the longer spey options.
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$550.00
Sage X Rod Spey Fly Rod - 4-Piece Sage X Rod Spey Fly Rod - 4-Piece
When you're hooking into a fish once every thousand casts, you'd better be casting a rod that puts a smile on your face--otherwise, the constant rain, swift currents, and general lack of fish will probably chase you back to your car. In the same way you are constantly refining fly patterns and experimenting with different spey lines and shooting heads, Sage and its team of steelhead bums (aka R&D team) are constantly refining rod tapers and experimenting with different graphite-to-resin ratios to create a better casting rod. The newest offering from Sage's Bainbridge, Washington facility is the X Rod Spey Fly Rod, which just happens to be the tenth major fly rod series the company has released since its founding back in 1980. Sage isn't really known for making slow-action rods, and the X Rod is not exception. Building off the success of the One and its Konnetic technology, Sage increased the density of the fiber composite used on the One to create a rod that's lighter, stonger, and stiffer than either the One or Z-Axis. The high-density fiber positioning, increased composite modulus, and optimized graphite-to-resin ratios of the X Rod's Konnetic HD blank sounds pretty high tech, and, hell, you might even sound like you know what you're talking about if you throw a few of those words around at your local fly shop--but at the end of the day, the rod you're casting had better be able to cast a fly or it isn't worth a whole lot more than that spinning rod that you used to dangle a worm from when you were a kid. The increased strength and stiffness of the X Rod translates to more power, enhanced energy transfer, and better recovery times, which ultimately leads to minimal wobbling, reduced vibrations, and a crisp tip stop, so you're able to form tighter loops and deliver a fly with precision across the kind of big rivers steelhead have migrated up for generations.
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$999.99


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