Spey Rod Series
We can remember just a few years ago heading to any summer or fall Steelhead destination and in three to five full days of fishing seeing just a handful of Spey rods on any given river. Nowadays, take the same trip and you're more than likely to see just a handful of single handed fly rods donned by Steelheaders. At Beulah, blossoming into full blown two-handed Spey rods just three years ago seemed correct on timing and a natural extension of the Switch Rod series we were about to unleash and change fisherman's minds about what a fly rod could be. We have noticed one thing that all Spey fishing has in common over the last few years, that is; neither two manufactures nor fisherman can generally agree on anything Spey related from casting technique, to properly lining the rod. We've also found that in the Spey game when you are chasing Anadromous fish you never know if you are twenty minutes or two days away from your next pull. It is all of these factors and questions about lines, casting technique, flies and what part of the water column best suits success that adds to the mystique, wonderment and thrill of fishing a two-hand fly rod.