Gear Review: Sage 99 499-4 Fly Rod Categories: 21
This rod is a very powerful rod that in case can throw streamers in the wind... Yes that's right multiple. If your fishing multiple flies on a regular basis then this rod is for you. Although nine inches seems small in the grand scheme of things, it truly makes a difference when you want to reach out and extend that drift into the sweet spot.
Gear Review: Sage ZXL 486-4 Fly Rod Categories: 21
I've always been a big fan of medium to medium-fast action rods and oftentimes still find myself fishing my old stand by, the Sage SLT 486-4. This "newer" version of the old SLT is truly a better stick.
Gear Review: Scott S4S 990-4 Fly Rod Categories: 21
Scott fly rods are constantly exceeding my expectations, and this Colorado made gem is no exception. Fast and powerful, yet still light in the hand, I did not experience any fatigue after a full day of casting at spooky Redfish. This rod is fast, but not overly stiff, so you are still able to feel it load on the back cast and maximize your forward punch.
Gear Review: St. Croix Bank Robber 907-4 Categories: 21
Hands down, my new favorite Rod!! This thing is a meat hucking machine.
Gear Review: Scott S4 904-4 Fly Rod Categories: 21
One of the best features of this rod is the supple tip, which allows the rod to make short, accurate casts, and well as enabling the rod to roll cast and mend with ease. In a 9' length, I found that this rod could handle any situation.
Gear Review: Sage Z-Axis 890-4 Fly Rod Categories: 21
Normally I would fish an 8-weight primarily for permit and tarpon, yet due to the weather I found my self using this rod for everything I fished for that week. In the end I was very pleased with the way this rod performed, and have since found myself suggesting to all customers that they give this rod a try for any salt water trip.
Gear Review: G-Loomis GLX Max Line Speed 690-4 Fly Rod Categories: 21
This rod truly is the all-around, go-to rod. It works great from the banks and when chucking streamers from the boat.