Tag Archives: casting


A sound grip is the foundation of a good casting stroke. All of the most popular ways to hold a fly rod are some variation of the thumb-on-top (TOT), index-on-top (IOT), or V-grip (VG) styles. I strongly favor and highly … Continue reading

Customer Email: Casting at the South Pole

Casting South Pole

Daily, we get some pretty great letters and emails from our customers. Many of them we share with Sage employees, posting to bulletin boards or through email. This is one of the emails that we shared without hesitation. It certainly … Continue reading

Sage redefines casting accuracy with the ONE rod


June 23, 2011 (Bainbridge Island, WA) – Sage Manufacturing, fly-fishing industry leader, launches the ONE™ rod series. The ONE rod is the first precision casting instrument to take advantage of Sage’s groundbreaking Konnetic™ technology. The ONE offers exceptional tracking with … Continue reading