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Sage has released a bunch of new products. Is the new method line of rods the replacement for the tcx?
These shop rats are a strange bunch. If you would like to check out and purchase this and other New Sage rods you can visit A Marblehead Flyfisher.
I am super stoked to see these rods coming into my local fly shop. I've been drooling over them for some time. Be sure to follow this blog and A Marblehed Flyfisher for upcoming info.
click on the image from sage to view a great reviews of all of the upcoming Sage One Switch and Spey rods. i ahve also included soem vids from youtube. I can't wait to get my hands on "ONE" of these rods. I think I am going to go with the 4 wt switch.
I was writing an email back to a west coast fly fishing friend when I started reading the head hunters blog that he suggested. I was intrigued by a term they used, swey rod. I read further and came to find out that they were borrowing a term from another blog called Mystic Waters. I know these rods. I have coveted these rods. I have also just thought of them and heard others refer to them as little spey rods or big switch rods. I have even seen the them in action. I know the Sage TCX switch rods fit these categories. I also know that the new one switch rods will fit this category. So these Swey rods are just two handed rods that fall above 11 ft and less than 12 ft. It is a great concept. The rod I fish most is a 12'6" spey rod. I have no doubt that with today's super light weight materials on weight saving construction techniques that these rods are a blast. After my recent experience with a slightly softer salt stick I think that I will love the one switches... I mean Sweys. Check out the posts below.
Check this press release on thr new rods from Sage.
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