I am looking at upgrading from my prehistoric 6wt for purpose of chucking big, weighted streamers at angry trout in ID/MT this winter and am hoping for some advice and feedback on good 6wt streamer rods. New member so appreciate any intel. I am an aspiring gear-ho but thus far my gluttony only extends up to 5 wts. I have a Helios and a Z Axis in 5wt and both function pretty well for streamers to a certain size/weight but at a certain point both protest when I try to chuck the bigger stuff. I like biix feel at 4 weight but never tried at the bigger line weights. Like the Scott S4 in 5 wt as well, though very different from the Winston in my brief experience casting the S4.... Looking for a rod that could still throw dries on as needed basis, but is to be used 75% for streamer fishing on rivers. Having said that, I don't want a broomstick. I am looking at Biix, Scott S4, Helios. Open to other options. Feel is really important, accuracy is important, weight is important. Casting distance not as important - I am really focused on a rod that throws big streamers accurately, with some feel and without undue effort within 50 ft and in (windy or not). Guides that don't ice up too fast or can be cleared of ice would be a bonus.... Should I be thinking 7 wt? Should I try to make it to the Big Hole this weekend for a few days? Again any thoughts appreciated.