- Blank in aesthetic pearlised dark blue finish.
- High-grade cork handle with Cork mix reinforcements
- Triangular aluminum reel seat in bright anodized finish
- Titanium framed stripping guides and chrome snake guides on single-hand
- Ceramic stripping guides and chrome snake guides on double-hand
- Rod model inscription and dot mark on ferrules for correct fit on rod sections
- Delivered in matching pentagonal tube and cloth bag
- Designed and developed in Sweden
By introducing the new range of CAST fly rods we are delighted to offer our innovative and unique concept of three separate blank actions in one rod series. The essence of CAST (Colour, Action, Sequence, Tempo) is flexibility in colour-coded rod actions for any given fly fishing environment. The series maximises the benefits of the full to mid curve actions favoured in today’s fly fishing, but in three distinct flex tempos. Whether it’s small creek brownies or swinging heavy flies deep for Atlantic salmon, the CAST range offers high performance fly rods in Medium, Medium Fast and Fast actions to complement not only your casting style, but also your chosen discipline of fly fishing:
We always test our rods with our own lines and feel they are best suited as a proper match. This is not a one-man job and several of our staff with long years of casting experience are involved in evaluating this. As a result, we know that the line weights we recommend match the most common casting styles. For example, if you buy a CAST 9’0″ #5, we recommend you to buy a Loop line #5. It’s a match that we know will work for most of the casting styles represented. It also provides an ideal match in terms of getting the best performance out of that particular rod.
Those of you who do not use a Loop line often want to know about your particular line. As we have no technical knowledge of the specifications and characteristics, this question for us is dfficult to answer. There is a plethora of tapers and lengths combined with different casting styles. The best advice we can give you is to either try your line(s) on a demo rod or seek out the information you want in web forums or among friends, but a physical test is the best.