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You have to cast a winner to catch a trophy.
- High modulus carbon construction delivers a feather-light rod and just the right amount of flex and lightning-fast action
- High-grade cork and composite handle deliver a precise feel
- Anodized aluminum reel seat with maple burl spacers keeps things classy without sacrificing performance
- Twin reel seat locking nuts keep your reel firmly in place
- Section line-up marks let you assemble and sight your rod in seconds
- Triangular-shaped, color-coded Cordura rod tube allows for easy transport and storage
- Available with the RHW (Reverse Half Wells) and RHW + EH (Reverse Half Wells with Extension Handle)
- A Reverse Half Wells handle has a larger front end that provides better grip for larger hands
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11' 3-weight--Very, Very Excellent
After working with several of the nation's top youth who were all fishing these rods, I determined I had to get one. LOVE IT. I primarily got it for tossing tiny dry flies out of my drift boat. But I got out this week and the 11' 3-weight was a machine. It had absolutely NO trouble pitching a triple egg rig with six BB lead shots and a big Thingamabober. A blast to fish. An extraordinary rod for the money. Well worth $650+.
9' 5 wt a winner.
Versatile. Presented #20 BWOs with finesse and weighted, double nymph combinations with ease.
Now my go-to fly rod!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I purchased this rod (11ft 4wt) for tight-line nymphing and swingin' flies. This rod excels at both and keeps tons of fly line off the surface for those nice drag-free drifts. It casts better than many $600+ fly rods in it's class!
Well worth the $!
The 10 ' 4 wt is a nymph machine!
This rod has been a great rod for me. This was my first rod that I have owned, however I have used several other rods since I first got this and before I got this. I use the 9' 5wt for pretty much everything, even the small creeks and some streamers.
Premium fly rod at half the price!
I fish this rod a lot in the 10' 4 wt and the 9' 5 wt models. This rod outperforms most $700+ fly rods! It is soft and tippy enough to land a dry fly delicately or Czech nymph but has a lot of power too. The flex on this rod throws a great roll cast! The 10' 4 wt has the power of a 6 wt but the finesse of the 4 wt. I don't fish the 10' 4 wt for dries much on the smaller Utah rivers near me but I hear on bigger rivers it's great for dries. It is the best nymph and streamer rod I have fished though. It has an amazing amount of power, great for light or heavy nymph and streamer rigs. The 9' 5wt is the perfect all around rod. It's plenty powerful enough for nymphing and streamers, but can cast a dry beautifully as well.
Greys XF2 Streamflex Fly Rod - 4 Piece
I am just getting into fly fishing and picked this up the other week. So far I have been super please with this rod. It was highly recommended by fellow fisherman at Backcountry.com. Look forward to putting it to the test in weeks and months to come. You can go wrong with a Greys XF2 Streamflex.