Ross doesnt neccessary make the rods but of all the rods coming overseas they have been the smoothest to cast for the money and will easily get the job done. Actually I have 10wt flystik which I bought so I wont be delayed fishing for muskies. I busted my Winston B2X 10wt and when I started using the Ross and I was amazed how much better it casted the 10-16″ flies. So as soon as I got the Winston rod back it went on fleabay. No need to overline the Ross at all so.
Techincally the Sage LMB is a 11wt classification. It’s still very good rod. I now have a T&T 10wt which I got in a trade and they are best rod on the market.
I will use this rod when I am not yak fishing but the Flystik will along with my Scotts.
I have yet to try Loomis Shore Stalker rods but I am tempted to pick up one but I am surely gonna catch the evil eye from my wife.
Contributed by Corey Stansifer
Is there a division among kayak anglers currently forming? Is the sport we love growing so uncontrollably that we are now forming sub-groups? Can't we all just get along?
Lately, it seems that everywhere I look at and at every level (local, regional, national), there seems to be [...]
As kayak fishing becomes more popular by the year naturally fly fishing from a kayak is also growing in popularity. When I decided to start kayak fishing I knew I would incorporate fly fishing from the kayak as well. For me fly fishing can be one of the most rewarding [...]
John “Toast” Oast from Fishyaker.com and the HOOK 1 Crew shows a quick and easy way to save money and get more life out of your braided fishing line, by reversing the direction of the line on your spool.
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Contributed by John Wayne Peacock
Whether you are riding the current on a river or drifting across a flat with the wind, there are times the movement is too fast to fish a hole or point effectively. If you get too close, you might spook every fish in it, giving you [...]