Lefty Kreh's creations are lightweight and incredibly strong. They generate tight loops and high line speeds with nearly instant dampening, making them the perfect distance tools for advanced casters who prefer fast-action rods. TiCr X rods feature Flor-grade cork handles and newly designed aluminum reel seats with cushioned hoods, oversized titanium-oxide stripper guides and a beautiful dark-blue finish. Images depict the style of the rod handle and may not fully represent the actual length.
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||What's With All That Action? You
hear it everywhere...fly rod action. For detailed info, read the
Rod Guide. But, in a nutshell, fly rod action refers to how flexible
the fly rod is. Faster action = stiffer fly rod. Slow action = flexible
||What "Action" Should I Get? Depends
on what you fish for and your skill level. New and intermediate anglers
generally should use a mid-flex (mid-action) fly rod. Faster action
fly rod (stiffer) are best for making long-casts and windy conditions.
Slow action fly rods (more flexible), are best for short-casts and
spring-creek type condtions.
||Get the Right Fly Rod Weight! Fly
rods come in all sorts of line weights. For trout fishing, a fly
rod weight of between 3-6 is generally used.
||Match Fly Rod Weight with your fly
reel and fly line. For best fishing, the weight of your
fly rod should match the weight of your fly reel and fly line.
Thus, if you have a four-weight fly rod, use a four-weight fly
reel and a four-weight fly line.
||What Length Should I Get? For
general all-around fishing, a rod that is eight to nine feet is the
||Travel Frequently? If so,
keep an eye on how many pieces the fly rod breaks into. Once upon
a time, two-piece rods were standard. Today, four-piece rods are
probably the most common rods around...allowing them to pack easily.
For frequent fliers (who take their rods as carry-on's), you can
also get seven-piece fly rods.