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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-20-2016, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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T&T anyone?

Going to congratulate myself for a nice bonus at work. Looking at trouter to play with. No local shops carry T&T, I know they have a good reputation for quality rods. Anyone familiar with the DNA trout spey series?

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Going to congratulate myself for a nice bonus at work. Looking at trouter to play with. No local shops carry T&T, I know they have a good reputation for quality rods. Anyone familiar with the DNA trout spey series?

Thanks.
Yes!!!

I fish the DNA 11'9 every chance I get. I frequent the shop a few times a year and will be purchasing the new 5w 12'9 Spey

Absolutely love the company!

I've played with their 3/4w switch rods and if you don't like the new handles you can request a different grip. My parents gifted me my first T&T as a surprise which they bought off eBay at half price. My mother has since passed and I will never part with that rod. I did a write up on it. It excels with a 300-325 rio max short skagit and a Beulah V2 300grain elixir

The new 5w Spey grain window is a true 5w with a window of 325-375

If you find yourself in my neck of the woods feel free to hit me up

I'm not easy on my equipment and an expensive rod is quite a decision to make for most. But I've taken my T&T everywhere and put it through lots of rigors. It bends nicely with a 10inch or a 25inch bow
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T and T was at the Sandy clave in 2015 and may be there again this year. No experience with the rod that you mentioned but love casting their bamboo spey rods.
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