It's no wonder that you want to spend most of your time wading in cool mountain streams chasing wild trout--half of your body is composed of water (literally) and you have fish swimming around your brain (metaphorically speaking, of course). So when it's time to indulge your inner most desires, snap the Wetfly Element SE Fly Rod together and head to your favorite stretch of water to get your fly fishing fix. This fast-action rod is designed to deliver high line speeds, far-reaching casts, and reduce the chance of false casts, so you spook less fish--although, that's really up to your own casting skills. They say not to judge a book by its cover, but the same logic applies to fly rods and their respective price tags. The Element SE may not cost as much a lot of rods out there, but it's still a joy to cast thanks to its performance-first taper, comfortable cork handle, and well-balanced feel. The up-locking reel seat and hard-anodized spacer is safe for use in saltwater fisheries if you decide to ply your skill on coastal waters, but the rod's nine-foot length really shines on medium- to large-sized rivers. The rod is finished with black thread wraps, Minima guides, and a sleek color scheme that pairs well with Wetfly's complementing ElementSE Reel.
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