When you'd rather have a bunch of weight pulling at the end of your line, rather than weighing your rod and casting arm down, look no further than the Redington Hydrogen Fly Rod. Being one of the lightest rods on the market today, the Hydrogen is tuned to give anglers that want a light, fast, and intuitive feel from their fly rod exactly what they want.The first thing you'll notice about the Hydrogen is the lack of a reel seat. This skeletonized, anodized reel seat keeps the Hydrogen's weight at a minimum, while also increasing the intuitive nature of the rod. The black matte finish on the blank doesn't just give the rod a great look, but it helps reduce glare, so you don't spook any fish that might be lying low in gin clear waters. The Hydrogen has a medium-fast action, putting most of the action in the tip of the rod where it is able to more effectively push flies through wind, and turn large trout more quickly. Redington is offering the Hydrogen in weights ranging from two to six to meet the demands of any dedicated trout angler, along with three nymph actions in a three-weight, which feature a softer tip for easier turnovers and increased detection for subtle takes.
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