SHADOW II and SHADOW X TIP SECTIONS You’re likely here because you either heard of or have experienced a “tip breaking issue” with Shadow II and Shadow X rods. We wanted to take the time to explain how we see these tips break, and the general nature of competition-style Euro Nymphing rods. These style of Euro-nymphing rods are built to the specifications of our design team members who are all among some of the most
EUROPEAN DISTRIBUTOR OF INNOVATIVE FLY FISHING PRODUCTS
We believe in keeping our waterways as clean as possible. Rajeff has redesigned their popular strike indicators with biodegradable foam so those indicators that end up floating away for any reason will break down over time.
ECHO is a small, personable company of fly-fisher folk residing in Vancouver, Washington. ECHO is the vision of Tim Rajeff – the culmination of his huge personality and an outlet of both creativity and service to the industry. Currently, Rajeff Sports distributes Echo Fly Rods and Air-Lock Strike Indicators to the world. ECHO stands for quality products and customer service to our fellow fly-fishers.
Olympic Peninsula Skagit Tactics is a group of steelheaders who focus on Skagit-style swing fishing for everything from king salmon to smallmouth bass. The Skagit River and the Olympic Peninsula have defined OPST’s products, the way we fish, and our philosophy.
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HANDS ON: OPST COMMANDO SMOOTH & MICRO SKAGIT ROD Ed Ward of OPST is one of the most innovative figures in fly fishing. We got the chance to fish his Micro Skagit 10’4″ Fly Rod with a Commando Smooth line. Here’s how that turned out. The OPST Micro Skagit 10’4″ 5wt with the Commando Smooth on a Vosseler DC3 reel Leonard Schoenberger Leonard Schoenberger, Founder and Editor of The Wading List. In the Pacific Northwest
Matching Fly Lines to Fly Fishers [Part 2] Matching Fly Lines to Fly Fishers [Part 2] This article is targeted primarily at the beginner, or possibly intermediate, salmon fly fisher as an aid to better understanding a logical approach to choosing which fly lines to buy. Part 1 PADDY MCDONNELL BalticFlyFisher Ambassador / professional Flycaster and Guide based in Ireland We need to ensure that the head/belly length of our new fly line will match