I am thinking this might be a great rod for trout and dryfly work on Steelhead in my neck of the woods. Anyone have time for a mini review? Or should I just jump on a CND? Thanks in advance. -Dan
In my opinion you shouldn't buy any two hander/spey rod with out trying it in real world conditions.Or should I just jump on a CND?
Actually the waters I fished with that rod ranged all the way from tiny creeks to big rivers, including some spring creeks, ponds, and large western lakes. That rod rode in the sleeper of every over the road truck I ever had. It was an 81/2' yellow Fenwick fiberglass blank that I bought in Stockton, CA for $11.??. With a series of heads from a 45'-floating 5wt to several densities of 30'-9wts it was a very versatile rod. It now resides in a place of honor on my shop wall as the top 2/3 of the "junkyard spey".It is obvious that you fish for big trout in probably big and fast water.