5wt review

  1. Lamson Speedster Fly Reel Review

    Lamson Speedster Fly Reel Review
    One of the most exciting new products of 2013 is the Lamson Speedster. Lamson's newest creation is 2013 Lamson Speedster Fly Reel which combine's Lamson's silky smooth drag and lightweight design with a new, larger arbor.
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  2. Sage Response 9' 5-weight Review

    Sage Response 9' 5-weight Review
    The Sage Response fly rod, new for 2013, replaces the Sage Flight as Sage's "entry-level", fast action rod. The Flight, and the FLi before it, was one of Sage's best selling rods and I was eager to cast it.
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  3. Redington Link 9' 5-weight Review

    Redington Link 9' 5-weight Review
    New for 2013, the Redington Link replaces the CPX as Redington's "premier" rod.  Redington has updated the look and feel of the rod, as well as boosting its casting performance.   Enjoy the review? Buy it here.   Here's what I was casting: Redington Link 9' 5wt Hardy Ultralite DD 4000 Rio Gold WF5F   Fit and Finish This is a...
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  4. R.L. Winston Boron IIIx 9' 5-Weight Review

    R.L. Winston Boron IIIx 9' 5-Weight Review
    The Winston Boron IIIx follows in the footsteps of it's predecessor, the BIIX. Both are light, medium/fast-action rods that not only set the standard for construction and finish, but also cast as good as they look. When Winston started designing the new B3x they intended it to be faster and more powerful than the BIIX. They succeeded.   Here's the outfit...
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  5. Sage ONE 9' 5-weight Review

    Sage ONE 9' 5-weight Review
    The Sage ONE is the other 5-weight that everyone was talking about in 2012. It’s Sage’s signature rod, and when Jerry Siem (Sage’s rod designer) designs a fly rod like this – he does it right. It’s all Sage. Fast. Light. Accurate. The feel was a solid upgrade from the Z-axis as well. Keep reading to for the details.
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