When the original Streamflex Plus came out I only bought one. Why? Because I had two rods in one, which eliminated the need to take another out on my river sessions.

These new lines are designed for presentation and distance.

Those of you wanting to renew your sinking lines before the start of the 2017 season might want to take a look at the new ones in the Greys Platinum Extreme range.

This is a four-piece rod that I have been teaching with since it came out and, as yet, it hasn’t let my clients or me down.

Description: Alongside its Strata breathable waders Greys has brought out the CTX wading boots, which can be purchased with either felt or rubber soles.

The CTX waders use the Climate 4L fabric technology in the top half giving maximum breathability, while in the lower leg Climate 5L is used to give extra protection when scrambling in and out of the river without the worry of damaging your waders.
This four-piece rod has a nice forgiving casting action, making it the ideal rod for small-water and river work.
Fluorocarbon lines have a big advantage over monofilament because they are virtually invisible once in the water, which allows you to present your flies without fear of your tippet spooking any wary fish.
Greys seems to be one of the most popular choices when it comes to fishing clothing manufacturers here in the UK. The reason for the brand’s popularity lies in the product design and indeed the look and feel of the product.
For those of you looking to power a fly line out of the tip ring, this beauty is for you!
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