You didn't wake up at 5 a. m. just to dump your cast across the back of the first rising trout you spot rising on a slow-moving spring creek. With modern fly rods becoming faster and faster, it can be tough to find a slow-action rod that makes it easier to make those delicate presentations where any extra energy in your cast will send ripples across the water, sending any trout within a 50-foot vicinity to the nearest cutbank. The Wetfly Nitroglass Fly Rod's relaxed tempo has a more forgiving feel than modern graphite rods and will make floating your fly within the feeding lane of wary trout with minimal surface disturbance a whole lot easier. And since the rod's fiberglass bends deeply into the butt section of the rod, you'd better be ready for the fight of a lifetime if that 20-inch brown you spot slurping cripple duns takes your fly.
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Wetfly Nitroglass Fly Rod - 3-Piece
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