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Syndicate 10′ 3 wt. P2 1034 Pro Review

Syndicate 10′ 3 wt. P2 1034 Pro Review

I really had no clue what to expect from the Syndicate 10′ 3 wt fly rod. I’ve been fortunate enough to test out a large number of fly rods and most always seem to fall short in one area or another.

The first thing I noticed was the weight. With competition fishing, or any type of fishing really, a lighter rod means less fatigue and better control. The weight was extremely light. Even less than the 2wt rod I’ve been using ...

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Chad Williams of Smoky Mountain Angler in Gatlinburg, TN

Chad Williams of Smoky Mountain Angler in Gatlinburg, TN

“I have enjoyed fishing my new Syndicate 10’ 3 wt. fly rod. It has been my go to rod for chasing the wild trout of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park since I got it. This time of year the fish are holding in faster water, and the Syndicate rod performs flawlessly while high sticking the plunge pools. I am able to offer trout a #16 dry dropper rig one minute, and switch to a tight line euro nymphing rig ...

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Joey Walraven Tests Syndicate’s New 10′ 3 wt. Fly Rod

Joey Walraven Tests Syndicate’s New 10′ 3 wt. Fly Rod

JoeyWalravenSyndicate1034Joey Walraven had a chance to put one of the new Syndicate 10′ 3 weight, P2 fly rods through its paces on the Raven Fork trophy waters in Cherokee, North Carolina yesterday. His initial feedback has been very positive and we will post his review of the rod once he has it completed. Joey, a member of the North Carolina Fly Fishing team, not only ...

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