The ONE Rod receives more praise as it is featured in Field & Stream’s “Best Fishing Gear of 2012.” Check out the review and get yourself a ONE Rod!
Sage, it turns out, walks the talk. New materials and manufacturing processes reduce weight and narrow the shaft and ferrule diameters for a more fluid energy transfer from butt to tip. The upshot is a fast-action rod that isn’t stiff or clubby and offers superb tracking, delivering the fly precisely where you aim it with no lateral wandering, drift, or residual vibration that reduces accuracy and distance.
Read Field & Stream’s full review here.
Captain Frank of Outdoor Community had the chance to take an 8 weight ONE Rod on his latest trip to the Bahamas. Needless to say it surpassed his expectations.
Some fast rods have a feel almost comparable to a broomstick. With the Sage ONE, I could feel the loading of the rod on the backcast, resulting in an improved forward cast. The not wimpy part, it handled multiple fast bonefish runs that got well into the backing, holding them away from the mangroves, yet not breaking the tippet.
See Captain Frank’s full review at outdoorcommunitydaily.com.
I just returned from fishing the Biloxi Marsh with Tony Weaver and Capt. Gjuro Bruer. This is one of my favorite fishing experiences. We stay at a relatively inexpensive hotel just off Burbon Street, and commute to Hopedale each morning.
Here’s the last entry in our compelling series about the situation down on the South Platte and Sand Creek written by Will Rice.
I’m very cautious when I talk to people who are not familiar with this section of the South Platte River to make sure I don’t focus too much time on this disaster without talking about some of the positive things happening.
Here’s the second entry in a series about the situation down on the South Platte and Sand Creek written by Will Rice.
Prior to this disaster, I’m not sure I knew what benzene was – or the fact that it could end up in the water where I wet waded on hot summer days. If you are on the fence about Benzene or are not up to speed on what it is all about, here are a few things you should know: petroleum ether, also known as benzene is a group of various volatile, highly flammable, liquid hydrocarbon mixtures used chiefly as nonpolar solvents. During the Second World War some extermination camps experimented by killing people with benzene injections. Benzene causes cancer. Benzene is useful for removing the gum from self-adhesive stamps.
Has a man made disaster ever struck your home waters? If not, here is how it looks, here is how it smells… and here is how it feels.
Our friend Will Rice has been writing about the situation down on the South Platte and Sand Creek that continues to evolve. This river is near and dear to a lot of anglers in Denver. Here’s the first entry in a three part series.