Anyone had a chance to cast the 12 weight yet.
What sort of handle set up does it have, is it similar to the one on the B2X?
That handle was a bit of a turn off for me sadly, just looked a bit uncomfortable.
I have been in the market for a faster 5wt for streamer fishing and was wondering about this rod.
Do you think there are any better alternatives out there?
I bought a WT 7’6″ 3wt on auktion, and I am not quite sure what line I should buy for the rod.
Any suggestions, what line are You using with that rod?
Allan Issac Kap
What are your thoughts on this rod for smaller streams?
I have bought a new 8.5ft 3 wt GVX and hope to match it with a WF3 Guideline 4cast fly line. I have only ever used a wf4 of this line, but it’s excellent. Smoothest surface i have felt on a line, and possibly marginally heavier than some – either way it casts brilliantly with a 4wt rod….
Am I missing a trick with other lines?
Anyone tried TT with it etc?
I presently have a 9′ 5 wgt B3X, looking for a 4 wgt 8′ for dry and single nymph fishing. I am looking at a B2t or a WT at this time. Is there a difference in performance?
Any help would be appreciated.
Can anyone tell me the strengths and weaknesses of these two rods..aurelio
Extra X-mas gift the day after, sending out a few PM’s to various fine blog members, Nubia, found me a new WT 8’6″ 3 wght, 3 piece with warrenty card, I now have 3(only) Green Sticks, a new BIIT 8′ 4wght, older IM6 5 wght 8’6″, and now this 3 stick. I am beaming like a child on X-mas! Another reason this is the Best Fly Fishing site on the web
I read an interesting article in the Bozeman Chronicle from June 17th about Tom Morgan. It was a very flattering piece and went into his early history, how they started, etc. but the interesting part, for me at least, was that he is considering adding a ‘glass rod to his repertoire. I’m a big fan of fiberglass and will be sending an e-mail shortly to see if I can sign up for one.
I was wondering if anyone else had heard anything along these lines.
P.S. – I tried to access the Chronicle’s online search but came up empty. I subscribe so it usually takes a week or so for the papers to get to me.
I am finding more and more guides that overline all their b2x rods by one weight and double taper lines. They say the tip is not as slappy and makes the rod more responsive. Any thoughts?