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|Redington Hydrogen Trout Spey Rods|
|The Redington Hydrogen rod family is designed especially for the trout angler. A fine-tuned, medium-fast action is combined with the lightest weight components available to give anglers incredible performance with a light in-hand feel. Skeletonized reel seats and single-foot guides help reduce weight, while the rod actions and models will match any trout fishing scenario. There are three new 2017 trout Spey models and each offer a new, highly-efficient way to cover water for trout anglers, as well as a way for two-handed anglers to scale their favorite pursuit to trout-sized waters.|
|Owning a lightweight Spey rod turns trout fishing into a four season sport. Big trout eat big bites. That is how they got big. Owning a lightweight Spey rod will enable you to catch larger trout nearly any time of year because you can use larger flies more efficiently.|
|Redington Hydrogen Trout Spey 2110-4|
Line Weight: #2
Number of Pieces: 4
Rod Weight: 3.6-ounces
Line Recommendations: RIO Skagit Max Short 225-grain
Use: This is a great size rod for fishing soft hackles and wet flies.
|2110-4||Redington Trout Spey Rod, Complete with Cordura covered hard case||$349.95|
|Redington Hydrogen Trout Spey 3113-4|
|Length: 11' 3"
Line Weight: #3
Number of Pieces: 4
Rod Weight: 4-ounces
Line Recommendations: RIO Skagit Max Short 275-grain
Use: Tony Barnes got one of these rods a couple of weeks ago and after a very productive day on the Deschutes, he gave it high scores.
|3113-4||Redington Trout Spey Rod, Complete with Cordura covered hard case||$349.95|
|Redington Hydrogen Trout Spey 4116-4|
|Length: 11' 6"
Line Weight: #4
Number of Pieces: 4
Rod Weight: 4.4-ounces
Line Recommendations: RIO Skagit Max Short 325-grain
Use: This rod can be used with larger flies and for fish up to six pounds.
|4116-4||Redington Trout Spey Rod, Complete with Cordura covered hard case||$349.95|
|Two-Day Winter Steelhead School November 3-4, 2016|
Acquiring skills helps achieve success.
|More Steelhead Spey Schools for your convenience. One more student fills the school offered below.|
|Two Day Steelhead Spey School, November 3-4, 2017|
|SPEY-CL2D-11030416||Two Day Steelhead Spey School, November 3-4, 2016||One Space Only
Sundays in November - Free Fly Tying Roundtables
|November 6||November 13||November 20||November 27|
|Learn to Tie Flies with the Pros|
|1:00 – 3:00 pm
For new and experienced tyers alike. Everyone is welcome to watch and participate. Instructional demonstrations, special teaching aids, videos and PowerPoint programs. Refreshments will be available. Bring your own snacks if you’d like.
Materials and hooks are provided free of charge but you must have your own tying vise and tool kit to participate.
Intro to Fly Tying
A short dissertation on selecting tools and materials, then a demonstration on tying simple flies quickly.
Tying Winter Steelhead Intruders
|Intruder style flies (sometimes called Shank or Stinger flies) are very popular for anadromous fish, especially
Chinook salmon and winter steelhead. This program explores engineering designs, basic proportions and construction.
There will be time and free materials for you to tie your own Intruder.
Instructors: Frank Day & Hawkeye Hawkins
Tying Winter Steelhead Tube Flies
|Tube flies are also popular for winter steelhead.
Tied on a variety of both metal and plastic tubes, these are some of the most adaptable flies used for anadromous fish.
There will be time and free materials for you to tie your own tube fly.
Instructors: Frank Day & Mike Varga
Tying Trout Spey Streamers
|Big trout eat big bites. That is how they got big.
Owning a lightweight Spey rod and learning about tying baitfish flies will enable you to catch larger trout.
Learn the principles of baitfish fly design, and construction.
There will be time and free materials for you to tie your own baitfish fly.
Instructors: Frank Day & Mike Varga
|Heck no! Hank Patterson is not going to be here, but the Roundtables are:
The Fly Fishing Shop
67296 Hwy 26
Welches, OR 97067
|Stonfo Elite Disc Drag Bobbins|
|These machined bobbins have a hardened-steel tip insert and countersunk feed that allows thread to glide through the tube when threading or tying. The sharp looking ergonomic disc drag control has a wide adjustment zone for silky smooth thread tension to conform to any thread strength or tying application.|
|Stonfo Elite Disc Drag Bobbin, Standard|
|This Stonfo Elite Disc Drag Bobbin is colored red to show up first on your tying bench because it is the primary bobbin you will use. The long fine barrel is designed for maximum visibility and accuracy for average size flies. The Standard length Stonfo Elite bobbins can be used to tie flies ranging from tiny midges to huge saltwater streamers. It easily allows the use of threads from 18/0 to 2/0. However, this bobbin is best when you are tying flies from #18 dries through winter steelhead intruders, using treads from 8/0 through 3/0. On sale through December 31, 2016.|
|FO528||Stonfo Elite Disc Drag Bobbin, COLOR Red||Standard||Reg. $24.95
|Stonfo Elite 2 Disc Drag Bobbin, Saltwater/Streamer|
|This Stonfo Elite Disc Drag Bobbin is colored blue to designate it as your big thread bobbin. The long barrel is larger diameter to accommodate larger threads and allow the tyer to use more muscle to cinch down heavier materials. The barrel length on the Saltwater/Streamer Bobbin is the same as the Standard Bobbin. It easily allows the use of micro chenilles and and various yarns to be spooled and fed through a bobbin allowing for segmented bodies like no others. On sale through December 31, 2016.|
|FO578||Stonfo Elite 2 Disc Drag Bobbin, COLOR Blue||Saltwater/Streamer||Reg. $24.95
|Stonfo Elite Disc Drag Bobbin, Compact|
|This Stonfo Elite Disc Drag Compact Bobbin is colored black. It is best for tying smaller flies. The short fine barrel is designed for very precise work with small flies and fine thread. It easily allows the use of threads from 18/0 to 8/0, and is designed to be used for tying the tiniest flies to #14. On sale through December 31, 2016.|
|FO579||Stonfo Elite Disc Drag Bobbin, COLOR Black||Compact||Reg. $24.95
|Rite™ Ceramic Disc Drag Adjustable Bobbins|
The Rite™ Bobbin claims to be the only super-functional, micro-adjustable-tension fly tying bobbin on the market today. They certainly are great bobbins. I've used a Rite Cermag bobbin for several years and love it.
Whether you're a beginner or a pro, Rite bobbins deliver maximum thread control thanks to a unique brass tension wheel and top quality components. Two bobbin models are offered so you can have the right tool for the job. Every Rite Bobbin is made in southwest Montana. For every fly you tie, the bobbin is in your hand, make sure it's the Rite™ Bobbin.
|Rite™ Ceramic Standard Bobbin|
|The Rite Standard Bobbin incorporates a silky smooth adjustable disc drag, a brass frame with a ceramic insert, and is the perfect all around bobbin for most trout fly tying. On sale through December 31, 2016.|
|RB2||Rite Disc Drag Bobbin||Standard||Reg. $24.95
|Rite™ Cermag Saltwater/Streamer Bobbin|
|The Rite Cermag Bobbin incorporates a silky smooth adjustable disc drag, a heavier duty stainless steel frame with a ceramic insert, and gives longer reach with full thread tension control. A great bobbin for tying all larger flies. The perfect steelhead fly bobbin. On sale through December 31, 2016.|
|RB3||Rite Cermag Disc Drag Bobbin||Saltwater/Streamer||Reg. $34.95
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