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Which line to choose for your two-hand fly rod?

Which line to choose for your two-hand fly rod?

Long Belly, Scandi, Skagit, or Scandit?

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 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. The addition of a winch (reel) and rod guides allowed the line length to be adjusted. The first fly lines were made from lengths of horse tail hair tied to together, and they weren't very smooth or slick...

Echo Advantage Spey Skagit Outfit

Lines for Two-Hand Rods

Other outfitters claim their Spey Combos are ready to fish, but they don't include the leader and flies. How you gonna' fish without leader and flies? Well at The Fly Fishing Shop/FlyFishUSA, we make sure that you are better prepared to go fishing...

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Jim Teeny Original T-Series Teeny Lines

Jim Teeny Original T-Series Teeny Lines

If you fish for winter steelhead with a single hand fly rod and only have one line, make it a T-300. If you want to cover all the bases carry aT-130, T-200, T-300, T-400 and T-500...

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Teeny Landing Hand

Teeny Landing Hand

The Landing Hand is an extremely useful and user-friendly tool. But I think it does the greater favor for fish...

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Berry's Rambulance

Berry's Rambulance

Rambulance is easy to cast when paired with a Skagit line and sink tip, it does not feel like you have much more than a size #10 Adams on the end of your line...

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