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Welcome to another year of the Speypages!

For those of you new to the site, Speypages began in 2000 as a small project to keep Dana awake while he was working on his MA in Educational Leadership. What began as a small public bulletin board frequented by a few friends grew into tackle reviews, the Speypages Newsletter and a growing international audience. In 2005 we moved to our own servers and experienced tremendous growth, making Speypages the largest, most active Spey resource on the web.
Despite the economic downturn which impacted many of our sponsors, Speypages continues to grow. We remain true to our original vision, and by keeping things friendly and fun Speypages continues to set the standard by which other Spey-related websites are measured. We're proud of our little project and honored that you choose to spend you time here. Join us on the Speyclave, our active bulletin board, which is frequented by Speycasters from around the world. If you are looking for information about the two- handed rod, someone on the Speyclave is sure to have the answer you are after.

Thanks for joining us and enjoy the site!


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