Yes We've got the 11'6" 6/7, 12'6" 7/8, 13' 8/9 built up in the shop. Looks like we need to get going on the 14' 9/10 to complete the series! Once we finish it - we'll work with Aaron to figure out a full range of lines that work well.
Why are some spey rods called switch rods. It is something that I have never figured out. Anything over 11'6" is a spey rod to me. But then again, I have felt that I was in the dark on them anyway. bawling:
Some are called switch rods because that is exactly what they are. They are short enough to be able to be cast single-handed; but long enough to be able to be cast two-handed. Most switch rods are also matched with the longer single-hand lines like the salmon/steelhead tapers and not with the much heavier spey lines. Personally, I consider any rod under 12' a single-hand rod; but then again I use 15'-18' rods for most of my steelheading.