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Designed for fast-action fanatics.

If it's top form and function you want, then turn to the Temple Fork Outfitters TiCr X 4-Piece Fly Rod. With some extra expertise of Lefty Kreh, the boys at TFO developed this fast-action rod to carry a lot of line in the air while still allowing it to be over-lined for close-range work.
  • Fast-action taper assures sensitivity and effortless casting
  • IM6 graphite reduces weight and creates an aggressive blend of power and strength
  • Aluminum reel seat with a cushioned reel hood, and oversized titanium oxide first stripping guides provide lightweight, durable, and quality components
  • Flor-grade cork grip for a comfortable feel
  • Full-wells handle with fighting butt provides hand support at the rear and front of the rod, gives you more leverage, and allows you to cast longer and fight larger fish
  • Color-coded alignment dots ensure a just-right fit
  • Weights 9-12 have the power to launch larger flies and to lift an angry fish out of the depths

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8wt. and 5wt.: Two vastly different rods

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My 8wt. is one of those rods I would never part with. For casting into ocean winds, I think the action is just right. Though you can stop a Volkswagen with the power in the butt, there is enough flex in the tip to make close-in targets easy to hit. It is the one single-handed rod which allows me to comfortably throw the whole line. I love the hardware, from the three big stripping guides to the cushioned reel hood, though a hook-keeper would be nice.
The 5 wt., which I owned very briefly, was a waste of graphite! Over-lined, there was no amount of double-hauling that would even begin to load the rod, and forcing 60' of line out was nothing but work. Far worse than even my hated SageXP 5wt. (it was a gift). I can't see this rod weight being useable for anything but lobbing large amounts of lead under a bobber.

5 5

My "go to" for Steelhead

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Seriously a great rod. No complaints.