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Temple Fork Outfitters™ BVK Fly Rods

   

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8'

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4

Model:
TF0380-4B

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8'6"

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4

Model:
TF0486-4B

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8'6"

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4

Model:
TF0586-4B

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9'

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4

Model:
TF0590-4B

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9'

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4

Model:
TF0690-4B

7

9'

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4

Model:
TF0790-4B

8

9'

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4

Model:
TF0890-4B

9

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF0990-4B

10

9'

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF1090-4B

5

10'

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF0510-4B

6

9'6"

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF0696-4B

7

9'6"

Pieces:
4

Model:
TF0796-4B
  • Ultra-high grade blanks crafted using space-age resin technology
  • Fast-action tips assure effortless casting
  • Rich translucent olive blank
  • Ultralight chromium-impregnated stainless snake guides
  • Braided carbon fiber reel seat
  • Flor-grade contoured grip
  • Meticulously designed by Lefty Kreh and Flip Pallot

Highly advanced, perfectly tuned fly rods at an unbeatable price—virtually unheard-of, but that’s exactly what you get. Because the ultra-high grade blanks are crafted using space-age resin technology, every BVK rod is incredibly light and responsive, yet can bring a load of aggressive power whenever needed. Fast-action tips assure effortless casting at any distance; the rich translucent olive blank is fitted with ultralight chromium-impregnated stainless snake guides. Braided carbon fiber reel seat; flor-grade contoured grip; meticulously designed by Lefty Kreh and Flip Pallot. Manufacturer's lifetime warranty.

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by New BVK's do NOT have the recoil stripping guides This is not a huge deal to me, but I was a little surprised when I got my new TFO BVK rod home and opened the package to find that it DID NOT have the recoil stripping guides. The demo in the store had them... but from what I'm told the demo was last year's model (when they still had the recoil guides). According to the TFO website the BVK rods have the new TFO Tactical Series Stripping Guides... "* TFO's Tactical Series Guides are high performance guides designed to withstand the most rigorous fishing conditions while providing the ultimate in weight savings. The guides feature super hard-chrome anodized, stainless steel inserts pressed into a machined, hard-annodized, satinless steel frame for extreme durability in both fresh and saltwater." The BPS website still shows the recoil guides in the list of features. I just got the rod today so it's a little early to do a full review. But it seems like a lot rod for the money. Hardware and finish is beautiful. This is my second TFO rod and the other is outstanding. My only gripe is that TFO rods don't come with rod-tubes... just with the rod sock. So you have to spend $35.00 more to get a rod tube... One that would be included in the cost of most other rods at the price point of the BVK. March 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fast Action, Soft Feel I bought this rod to take to the San Juan River and was thoroughly impressed. I've fished with the Z-Axis and Winston Boron, and I would say the feel of the BVK is similar. Dry flies are a dream to cast. I threw bunny leaches, nymph rigs, dries, everything felt great. I even put sink tip line on it and the 9' 5wt had enough back bone to shoot sinking line out there pretty far. For the money, you can't find a better rod. Granted, it's not made in the US, it's made in Korea, which knock on this rod. There are some design elements and material qualities that you will be able to differentiate between the bVK and Sage One, or any other "top tier" rod, but I will be buying a whole lot more of these rods for the simple fact that they fish well, feel great and are the best bang for your buck. March 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buy this rod This is by far one of the best rods you can buy at any price point. Whatever tfo is doing, they should keep it up. Pros: This rod is by far more sensitive than other tfo rods. I have a 5 and 8 weight and both throw floating and sinking lines well. Very light weight. The recoil guides make this rods lighter and more durable. This rod makes long casts very well and throws tight loops. Have caught steelhead on the 8 and it fights big fish well. The tfo warranty is the best out there. Cons: Does not excel at close distance roll casts, i found a size up in line weight solves this problem to load it better though. Recoil guides are a bit louder than normal guides and with a sharkskin or textured line, there is even more noise, but after a while you don't really notice it. Reel seat has smaller fittings, i wish they were a bit easier to grip on the 8 weight. Overall i would say this rod compares very well to many of the high priced rods on the market. I like this rod more than my loomis streamdance and sage vxp. For my money, i will take the value of this rod over any other rods out there. December 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by TFO BVK 9' 6wt Temple Fork really came up with a fine rod with the BVK. Smooth as silk with fast line speeds this rod has truely made me a better flyfisherman! Great Price too. I'll be ordering an 7 or 8wt for LM Bass fishing soon. October 18, 2011
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You know it's interesting you bring this up I have 3 TFO BVK rods a 4wt, 6wt and 8wt. The 4 and 6 both have recoil guides the 8 dosent!
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I just bought a BVK without the recoil guides as that is all they carried in the store. The newer rods have the recoil guides, it appears and for whatever reason the stores don't carry them. The regular guides work fine though. Every other rod in the store also had regular guides.
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no, it comes with a cloth cover they had to cut corners somewhere to produce a very good fly rod at a bargain price!
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Nope, you have to buy the case separately.
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No. I don't think any of the TFO rods come with cases. It comes with a sleeve, and I usually buy a Bass pro White River hard case with a reel pocket. They are pretty inexpensive and more durable than most factory rod cases.
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No... none of the TFO rods come with a rod tube... just the rod sock the tube is additional $$$
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would the 10' 4wt. made a good nymph rod thanks
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Yes, but remember, these rods are quite fast action. I have used a 5 weight 10' and it worked well. There are other rods that would do this better, but you can' t beat the quality you get for the price with the BVK. The 4 weight will give you a little more flex so you can bend with the fish a little better.
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I'm not sure they make a 10' 4 wt. That's more of a Euro Nymphing rod. I would go with a 9' 5wt. That's a solid all around size and weight.
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A size 3 wt reel. The Lamson Konic 1.5 I'm pretty sure would balance that rod nicely.
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I have a TFO Prism 3/4 on my 7'9" 4wt. But all makes have small reels that will work. It boils down to your budget. Just make sure the start-up drag is minimal for light tippets.
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It comes with a nice cloth sleeve no hard case, I was very imprssed with the cardboard tube it was shipped in though. Yes it is a 4 pieces and has coded alignment dots.
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no case... comes with a sock.

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No case, and does come in 4 piece.
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i ordered the 1wt online and it was a 4 piece but only came with a sock.
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