Way back when we had some great discussion on our blog when we asked folks what their favorite rods were to use when fly fishing for trout and bonefish (err, not at the same time, of course). In fact we felt like we learned enough that we should write up some conclusions for each, which we did for trout here and for bonefish here.
Today we’re asking the same question, but we’re talking about fly fishing for steelhead.
What’s your favorite steelhead rod?
Yes, we know that sometimes you fish dry lines and sometimes you fish heavy tips, sometimes you fish single-handed rods and sometimes you fish double-handed rods, and sometimes you fish the Kispiox and sometimes you fish the Klamath. You might have 9 rods for 13 different fisheries, and that’s all good and well. We just want you to pick one – what’s your favorite?
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So, what’s your favorite steelhead rod? Why?