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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-19-2016, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
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RB Meiser Ultra Lite two handers

R.B. Meiser Fly Rods <> 2,3,4 and 5 wt two handed rods (Trout Speys) … New for 2016

S2H1002S-4 <> 10’0” 2 wt 4 pc
S2H1003 S-4 <> 10’0” 3 wt 4 pc
S2H1004S-4 <> 10’0” 4 wt 4 pc

S2H1113S-4 <> 11’1” 3 wt 4 pc
S2H1114S-4 <> 11’1” 4 wt 4 pc
S2H1115S-4 <> 11’1” 5 wt 4 pc

S2H1133S-5 <> 11’3” 3 wt 5 pc
S2H1134S-5 <> 11’3” 4 wt 5 pc
S2H1135S-5 <> 11’3” 5 wt 5 pc

S2H11724C-4 <> 11’7” 3 wt 4 pc
S2H11735C-4 <> 11’7” 4 wt 4 pc
S2H11746C-4 <> 11’7” 5 wt 4 pc

S2H1193S-4 <> 11’9” 3 wt 4 pc
S2H1194S-4 <> 11’9” 4 wt 4 pc
S2H1195S-4 <> 11’9” 5 wt 4 pc

S2H1264S-4 <> 12’6” 4 wt 4 pc
S2H12635C-4 <> 12’6” 5 wt 4 pc

S2H14246C-5 <> 14’2” 5 wt 5 pc

TM9031134 <> TroutMaster: 9’0” 3 wt 4 pc and 11’3” 3 wt 5 pc
TM9041135 <> TroutMaster: 9’0” 4 wt 4 pc and 11’3” 4 wt 5 pc
TM9051136 <> TroutMaster: 9’0” 5 wt 4 pc and 11’3” 5 wt 5 pc
TM10631304 <> TroutMaster: 10’6” 3 wt and 13’0” 4 wt
TM10641305 <> TroutMaster: 10'6” 4 wt and 13’0” 5 wt
TM11731425 <> TroutMaster: 11’7” 3 wt and 14’2” 4 wt
TM11741426 <> TroutMaster: 11’7” 4 wt and 14’2” 5 wt

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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-20-2016, 01:44 AM
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Hmmmm…… I can't imagine these will be any fun at all….
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oooh, even new extra LW trout masters! Nice!
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post #4 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-20-2016, 11:03 PM
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Just out of curiosity, how much do the 11'1/11'3 and 11'7/11'9 differ?
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To piggy back on to this . what actions do they have?
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MTTTB,

They differ quite a bit ...

The 11'1", 11'3" and the 11'9" rods are Highlander S rods: Stronger tip energy, deeper loading, fast speed of recovery

The 11'7" rods are Highlander Classics: Medium tip energy, powerful butt (not as deep loading) medium fast speed of recovery

The 11'3" are 5 pc ... The 11'1", 11'9" and 11'7" are 4 pc

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I have the 11' 1" 4 weight Highlander S (about a year old) and it is a sweet rod. Very light in hand and nice casting. In addition to swinging flies for trout and bass, I also use it for lake fishing. It's the third Highlander S in my quiver.

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How could you pick just one???????
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What a line up!!! Those 10 footers are soooo tempting This also means the wife deserves something special too, that's why rods cost twice as much in reality
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Same problem

I'm seeing that same problem in my house as well
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I've a 2/3 that Steve Gotshall built for me a few years back for trout fishing in Montana (Bitterroot River) ... ABSOLUTLY LOVE IT! (He also did the line.) Interesting to chat with the locals who've never seen anything like it. Putting a trout fly to about 90' feet with a flick of the wrist appealed to them.




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Looking for some info/reviews on the top 2 rods on the above list:

S2H1002S-4
S2H1003S-4

These may be of use on a couple local summertime rivers


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Looking for some info/reviews on the top 2 rods on the above list:

S2H1002S-4
S2H1003S-4

These may be of use on a couple local summertime rivers


Mike
Call Steve Godshall, he will set you straight. Rods for time and places.




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FWIW I have the 10024-4 with a 235 grain sgs scandi and love the rod . It casts like a dream and I've even cast small crane fly dries with it with some success . Dreamy rod .

The 1114S-4 is also a great rod (have used it on the Grand twice now) and in addition to the sgs 297 it also likes the opst 225 and a light Imow .

Not sure where your fishing GR8LAKES FLYER but if they are similar to the Trout section of the Grand they are both worth a shot .

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Not sure where your fishing GR8LAKES FLYER but if they are similar to the Trout section of the Grand they are both worth a shot .
Not familiar with that section at all, never been there actually .... I don't get down south much
I will PM you where, maybe you'll have some insight to my inquiry
That is a nice fish !! And a very nice rod


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