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A favorite pastime of Maine fishermen is hiking into small, remote streams and ponds in search of native wild brook trout. You don't need long, fast-action fly rods for this kind of fishing; shorter, suppler rods are the weapons of choice.
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3 and 4 wts. Precise, sensitive rods for subtle presentations on spring creeks and calm waters as well as streams.
5 wt. Our most versatile trout rod. Sensitive and light for presentations on streams, rivers, lakes and ponds. Casts dries, nymphs and medium-sized streamers.
6 wt. A versatile, all-around weight for landlocked salmon, bass or trout. It has plenty of casting power for larger flies, yet it’s nimble enough for delicate dry-fly presentations.
7 wt. These rods provide extra power for casting big flies and landing bass or bigger trout.
8 and 9 wt. Designed for fighting and landing larger freshwater species, including steelhead and salmon. Casts large flies and lifts heavy fish. Ideal for saltwater fishing when you’re after medium-size fish like stripers, redfish and permit.
10 and 11 wt. Built for casting heavier flies into the wind and for fighting tough-running game fish. Has the strength needed for bringing in big stripers, bluefish, permit and snook.
12 wt. Powerful rods with the lifting power to fight tarpon and smaller blue water species