Temple Fork Outfitters™ Lefty Kreh Finesse Fly Fishing Rods
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- Olive finish
- IM6 graphite blank
- Stainless steel snake guides
- Cork handle
- Rosewood insert
Lefty Kreh Finesse series rods are a combination of Lefty's 50 plus years of fly fishing experience and his desire to develop an affordable high-performing fly rod. This olive finished rod series is ideal when using small flies and fine tippets on meadow streams, limestone creeks and other tight places. The Finesse series is made of IM6 graphite with skillfully placed stainless steel snake guides allowing for a smooth and effortless cast by easily turning over long leaders. With a cork handle and fine-looking rosewood inserts, these rods are perfect when a finicky fish isn't your only obstacle.
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Rated 5 out of 5
by westernwannabe TFO is good for the $
I own several higher end rods and often feel guilty when deciding to make the investment knowing how many other priorities there are, so this time around I thought I'd try to compromise with a much smaller investment. So far, other than some minor aesthetic qualities, I believe this to be every bit as good as the higher end rods. A buddy and I traded, my TFO 386 and his Sage One 490 while fishing recently and I couldn't wait to get my rod back in my hands - got spoiled - and I feel badly that he invested so much more than I did (still love Sage though)!
July 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by STLCynic Comparable to rods 10x more expensive
This rod has wonderful balance and tremendous power for short to medium range casts. If you prefer a shorter rod (as I do), this is the way to go.
April 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by slloader Great Rod!
I purchased a 2 wt. 7'3" and it's perfect for small stream fishing. Med. fast fast rod with a nice feel for loading the line and making accurate casts.
June 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 1weight's a giggle
I purchased a 1wt. already owning a 3wt. finesse for my favorite totally-not-secret-but-secret creek. I love this little rod! You get some good bend with six inch trout, yet it has the backbone to effectively (and in short time) fight and land 17"-18" rainbows, which really suprised me. Fishing with my 5wt. yesterday felt like casting with a 2"x6" compared to this fun little rod.
May 9, 2012
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