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Fly Fishing Rods

Fly Fishing Rods

Choose which rod weight (wt) is best suited for which fish you are after.


Rod Size Chart with respect to water, fish and weight:

2wt: small water, small fish, trout, pan fish, weighing less than 1 lb

4wt: rivers, lakes, streams, trout, pan fish, dry flies, 0-3 lbs

5wt: rivers, lakes, trout, bass, wet & dry flies, nymphs, 0-4 lbs

6wt: rivers, lakes, trout, bass, wet & dry flies, nymphs, most versatile, 0-5 lbs

7wt: rivers, lakes, small steelhead, big trout, bass, walleye, 3-8 lbs

8wt: rivers, lakes, light Saltwater, Steelhead, Salmon, big trout, bass, pike, walleye 4-15 lbs

9wt: rivers, lakes, Saltwater, Steelhead, Salmon, pike, 4-15 lbs

10wt: rivers, saltwater, steelhead, salmon, Dorado, rooster, bone, permit, stripers, 10-50 lbs

12wt: saltwater, Dorado, sail fish, rooster, tarpon, Wahoo, tuna, 30-150 lbs

14wt: saltwater, sail fish, marlin, shark, tarpon, tuna, 15o+ lbs