Winston Boron III TH Spey Fly Rods- 4pc.

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  • Regular price $1,199.00


Winston Boron III TH Spey Rods--Featuring advanced Boron III technology, all our two-handed rods are perfectly-balanced, powerful, lightweight and responsive. These longer traditional Spey rods are designed for steelhead and salmon. Whether you’re fishing a wet line or a dry line, with Traditional Spey, Skagit, Scandi or Switch lines, you’ll find these rods to be incredibly accurate and capable of casting long distances with ease. The Winston Boron III TH rods are ideal for any style of two-handed angling and can easily transition between Touch-and-Go, Underhand and Sustained Anchor techniques.

Highlights:

  • Advanced Boron III technology, fast action
  • Very lightweight, powerful — can generate very high line speeds
  • The new standard in every category for Two-Handed performance
  • Winston-designed grip supports infinite hand placement with any casting style
  • Handcrafted in Twin Bridges, MT

 Features:

  • WEIGHTS: thru 8wt.
  • ACTION:Fast
  • SECTIONS:4
  • GUIDES:TiCH finished stripper guide
    with nanoplasma ring. Chrome snake guides
  • REEL SEAT:Anodized aluminum, downlocking
  • STORAGE:Premium graphite rod tube with logo rod sock

    Rod Specifications
    Line Reccomendations
    Line Length Weight (oz.) Grip Skagit Line Scandi Line Mid Belly Line
    6wt. 11' 4 7/8 TWO-HANDED 420 - 450 330 - 390 N/A
    6wt. 11'6" 5 1/8 TWO-HANDED 480 - 510 360 - 420 N/A
    6wt. 12'6" 5 7/8 TWO-HANDED 450 - 510 360 - 420 6/7
    7wt. 12'9" 7 3/4 TWO-HANDED 510 - 570 420 - 480 7/8
    7wt. 13'3" 6 3/4 TWO-HANDED 510 - 570 420 - 480 7/8
    8wt. 13'6" 7 3/4 TWO-HANDED 570 - 630 480 - 540 7/8
    8wt. 14' 8 TWO-HANDED 570 - 630 480 - 540 8/9
    9wt. 15' 9 TWO-HANDED 630 - 720 540 - 600 9/10

    ▪Skagit and Scandi recommendations are based on Grain Weights. Mid Belly Line recommendations are based on Line Weights.

    ▪Grain Weight and Line Weight designations should be used as a general guide and will vary based on different manufacturer’s line specifications, as well as each angler's casting style.