Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Seth Tyson, Dec 26, 2013.
But didn't these rods fare poorly in the Yellowstone Angler shootout?
And is that the holy bible of fly rods?
Be careful there, he does rough estimations on the number he catches and the size of them
I heard something about swing weight and the rod not being ultra fast. A fast rod is a good rod. Duh!
I make the jokes.
Casting awesome , catching on the otherhand is a different story. The spot I go near work is near Kaiser aluminum, which adds is special phosphorus mix to the water and intakes/ expels a lot of water. It tends to scare most fish away ( when they dump)with the exception of a few small mouth. Good enough for a fist cast I guess. I will get to give it a real run through on Sunday. I wouldn't be surprised if I pull in several over 30".....
Could happen, some good sized Chinooks spill over from Lake Cda occasionally.
At least you should have the rod for it if you get lucky.