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Greys Fly Rods

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Greys Fishing Tackle

In 1999 Hardy acquired the rod manufacturer Greys which had been founded in 1968 by Mr Grey when he left Hardy’s employment. Hardy has developed the Greys brand such that it now includes the best value for money ranges of salmon and trout tackle available and top quality carp tackle.

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Jonathan Tomlinson field tests the innovative new Greys XF2 river rod.

I been lucky enough to give this rod a thorough workout in the last 3 weeks, firstly in Bosnia and then back here in the UK and have to say that I have nothing but praise for it. A very innovative design allows the user to remove a 6” section from the butt of the rod and insert it between the butt and second section of the rod allowing it to become a 10 footer. Not only is this at times a massive benefit but equally you are able to do it while fishing and not have to re thread the line through the rod rings. It also means that the rod tube will fit into a bag when travelling much easier that a true 10’ 4pce rod (I use the medium sized Simms Dry Creek Duffle Bag)

The rod is well finished and very light in the hand and makes a full day on the river anything but tiring.

J.T. poses with a gorgeous Bosnian Grayling

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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 »