Line Control: The Longer, Two Handed, 12' to 15' Spey Rods allow for easier mending capabilities and properly presented flies.
Near Effortless: No overhead casting strokes required. All casts are accomplished, in front of you, with considerably less arm motion compared to single hand casts. The Long Rods do the work with much less muscular effort resulting in little or no fatigue once you achieve the proper casting form.
Feel The Pull: Feeling the pull or tug of a fish on responsive rod while tight lining a swinging fly is exhilarating. The excitement of setting the hook, doing battle right through the release, is a feeling second to none.
Relaxing & Enjoyable: Longer Casts, Covering More Water with Properly Presented Flies allows you to dissolve into a calm state of mind and a peaceful encounter with the outdoors while fishing, as fly fishing is meant to be.
To Swing & Track Flies Effectively, understanding the spey fly, it's profile and the proper speed needed for optimal presentations is important. Sometimes critical fly tracking techniques, as well as a properly tied fly to a leader are major elements required to achieve maximum effectiveness and success.