And a Fly Fisher is Born!
Okay, so you went on your first trip fly fishing with a buddy, and fell in love, (or like). You now wish to know EVERYTHING about the sport! I get it, I have loved fly fishing since I first tried it when I was 8 years of age, (that was a LONG time ago! The problem is that you don't want to invest too much before you even know if you are going to like the sport. Stripset Fly Fishing Club has got you covered! If you are new to fly fishing, do not spend more than $160 for your new set up. Now having said that, don't skimp, and get a P.O.S. that will only frustrate you to the point of regreting getting unto this sport. You won't honestly be able to tell the difference in action from a starterr rod, and the top of the line $1,600 G-Rods International Graphene inhanced Fly Rods, (no reel, or line) that we offer on the other side of this table. Our new Fly rod, line and reel combo is a pretty sweet deal. It looks nice, has good components, handles well for a medium fast action, (mid-tip flex) rod, and doesn't break the bank at the $150 price point.It comes in three different sizes, (3/4wt, 4/5wt, and 7/8wt). If you don't know what to get, let us help you. By far and large the most sold to a beginner is a 4/5wt, this would be our advice, except if you are purely going after Largemouth Bass, or something else a little bigger than your typical trout, or perch. Also, we would reccommend going with a bigger rod before scaling down, unless tha tyou fish with guides often, then they can and will help in getting you up and casting well with a lighter, shorter (8" 3") rod. As always let us know if we can help in any way, and Tight Lines! MFF.C