Realizing anglers rarely use their switch rods to make overhead casts, Echo designed its line of Swing Switch Fly Rods almost exclusively for making two-handed spey casts--it's still a compact, easy-casting option when you're fishing in tight quarters, but the reworked design enables it to effectively make those long-distance spey casts to the far bank. Pair it with a bobber rig and egg when you're fishing for steelhead or spool it up with a sink-tip and intruder when you're prospecting for predatory salmonids.
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