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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-11-2014, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
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New Rods from Anderson

Gary posted this over on the General forum. Thought I'd copy it here as a lot of folks may be interested:

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I will be keeping all of my current lineup of my 1172-1175 trout speys plus I am adding 3 new rods this Spring. 10'8"-2wt. 11'-3wt. and 11'4" 4wt.
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Tell us more Gary, are these spey action style rods like your 11' 7" ers or are they more like switch rods? Could they double well for euro-nymphing?

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Trout Switch - Anderson - comments?

I'd love to try out an Anderson 4 or 5wt switch around 11' long. I have a Sage One 7136 but want a smaller/lighter rod for the smaller trouts. Just curious how the action of the Anderson rods might compare to my existing rod. I love spey casting and think I'll need to add a 4 or 5wt rod to the arsenal.
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Yes they will be like the 117 series I have now. So they are small spey rods. I could offer a second tip section that would work well for overhead casting.
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Yes they will be like the 117 series I have now. So they are small spey rods. I could offer a second tip section that would work well for overhead casting.
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Gary, is there an eta on these "light" speys? Really looking forward to them.
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