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Fly Rod Review

A cold start to spring has changed the fishing routine for the Easter holiday – but don’t worry the fish are still there and feeding hard! Check out our latest video in this post and see how trout expert Jonathan Tomlinson tackles a short session on Haywards Farm Lake – right next to our Reading store – armed with his trusty Sage ONE fly rod.

You could argue that Thames Water’s Farmoor reservoir complex is not the most attractive fishery in southern England. There are two reservoirs to choose from Farmoor 1 and Farmoor 2 . Farmoor 1 is a catch and release fishery – a huge bag of fish is often possible on this fishery and the average size is good. I have never fished 1 from a boat and generally fish from the bank at medium range with buzzers.

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Sage Xi3 Saltwater Fly Rods
Sage’s Xi3 range of rods is their latest offering to the saltwater angler. Eagerly awaited by many fisherman, the Sage Xi3 offers a very easy casting rod that loads quickly, is very accurate both at short and long distances and has more than enough guts to subdue even the hardest fighting fish.

Sage Xi3 Saltwater Fly Rods

Sage have given the Xi3 a beautiful deep blue coloured blank, Black anodised reel seats and custom fittings that are unique to the Sage Xi3 range. As with other Sage’s, the Xi3 range comes with a matching coloured aluminium rod tube and black cloth bag for added protection.

Should you have an accident either abroad or at home then the ever present lifetime original owner guarantee will give you peace of mind and further protection of your rod.

If you are going to fish in the salt, whether a first timer or an experienced angler then the Sage Xi3 is the one for you.

This rod is now discontinued. Please view all current Sage rods here »

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Greys XF2 Streamflex

With 12 options in the XF2 range, you really do have a trout fly fishing rod for every occasion. There is no length or line rating that has been missed out through this great range of Greys XF2 Streamflex light trout rods. The XF2 Streamflex Rod features a high modulus blank with a quality AAA grade cork handle, with a anodised aluminium reel seat these really are a fantastic light weight range.

For the fisher who is keen on light rods these really offer all you need. The Greys XF2 Streamflex loads deep into the blank and present flies with pinpoint perfection and accuracy when needed. These advanced materials and beautiful cosmetics make this range the ‘go to’ rod range for any river trout fisher.

This rod is discontinued. View all current Greys rods here »