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Long Belly, Scandi, Skagit, or Scandit?

Long Belly, Scandi, Skagit, or Scandit for Two-hand Fly Rods?

In the modern Spey methodology there are three main accepted philosophies or divisions dictated by the types of fly lines employed. There are traditional long belly lines that started their evolution before there were rod guides that would enable the the shooting of fly line. When the sport of fly fishing began a fly line was simply tied to the end of a flexible pole. The longer the pole and the longer the line the further an angler could cast...

Airflo Rage Line

Airflo Rage Line

The Rage is fast becoming the line of choice for fishing surface and near surface presentations. The Lichen green color stands out, so you see your head at any distance, allowing a measure of control during the swing/drift...

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10' Spey VersiLeader

10' Spey VersiLeader

RIO’S VersiLeaders have a strong nylon core of 25 lbs and come in a range of different sink rates. They are a great addition to Spey lines and Scandinavian style heads and provide the angler with a wide range of quick-change depth options...

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Green Ant Fly

Green Ant

One of the best flies for Deschutes River steelhead...

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Announcing the 19th Annual Sandy River Spey Clave!
May 3 & 4, Friday & Saturday, 2019

Sandy River Spey Clave 2019

Announcing the 19th Annual Sandy River Spey Clave! May 3 & 4, Friday & Saturday, 2019..

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