Wetfly NitroGlass Fly Rod

Wetfly

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2 SIZES AVAILABLE:

7’6” 3wt for Dry Fly or Single Nymph on spring creeks, small rivers, side channels and ponds
8’0” 5wt for Dry/Dropper or Nymph rigs on small creeks, mediums rivers and alpine lakes.

**Note: It is normal to have up to a #mm difference in ferrule sizes to accommodate for temperature changes. This will affect the gap size connecting the rod sections until a final cure in the fiberglass resin.

INCLUDED:

FLY ROD
PROTECTIVE ROD TUBE
ROD SOCK
LIFETIME WARRANTY

MATERIAL: Cork, Burl Wood, Resin Dipped Structural Fiberglass
COLOR: Blue

M – MEDIUM TEMPO ACTION:

Casting Ability Level: Novice, Intermediate, Good, Expert 

 

M/F – MEDIUM/FAST TEMPO ACTION:

Casting Ability Level: Novice, Intermediate, Good, Expert 

 

F – FAST TEMPO ACTION: 

 Casting Ability Level: Intermediate, Good, Expert 

  

HANDLE TYPES

CIG / Cigar Shape A traditional handle shape usually on a traditional split cane rod.

RHW or HW / Reverse Half Wells Normally used on shorter light line rods, e.g. 9’ #6 and below.

RHW + EH / Reverse Half Wells plus extension handle Usually on longer (over 9’6”) light line rods. Extension handle (sometimes known as a fighting butt) balances the rod and offers comfort when playing fish

FW / Full Wells

FW+EH / Full Wells plus extension handle Extension handle (sometimes known as a fighting butt) balances the rod and offers comfort when playing fish. On Saltwater rods the fighting butt is larger.

TPSF / Two Part Shaped Fly Used on double handed salmon rods, the longer handles provide leverage when Speycasting. ‘Traditional’ style handles are longer to suit upper hand dominant casting styles. ‘Scandinavian’ style handles are designed to assist an underhand shorter stroke style of casting.

TPSS / Two Part Shaped Spin Elongated Handle for spinning rods. 

  


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Not Spey and Not Tenkara

This rod is neither a tenkara rod or a spey rod. It’s too big and clunky to cast tenkara style for trout in the headwaters and it doesn’t have a reel so it can’t shoot line for spey fishing. False advertising from the manufacturer who clearly knows nothing about both Tenkara or Spey fishing. Bummer.

I took this fishing rod (9' #10)for a two week trip to the Kola Peninsula in the hunt for salmon. She gave me the fight of my life! Rod minimizes the attempts of the salmon to escape, but I still lost her. Great fishing rod!!!

Awesome choice for bonefish

I used this reel for bonefish and it worked great. It is super light and easy to use on the flats.

Love it!

This is an absolutely awesome fly reel! It's build like a tank and will last several lifetimes. It looks stunning on bamboo rods, but while a bit heavier than the modern aluminum counterparts, it balances nicely during casting. The line included with the reel is a high quality Scientific Anglers Mastery line in the weight of your choice. If you've got a few extra bucks to invest in a fine reel, this is the one!

Pretty much bullet proof

I have owned my 811 for about 4 years now and have put it through the mill. I am not the most graceful of people, I have dropped it on several occasions, smacked it up against rocks, even dropped my rod in the river as it rolled down the current and ended on the bottom of a deep pool. We fished it out and it wasn't even dented! Love this reel!

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