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In the last decade we’ve watched a change overcome California fly fishing. At first there were isolated instances of longer rods, bigger reels, and newfangled “roll casts.” As the months and years rolled along it became commonplace, and now half the wading fly fishers you see today on Northern California tailwaters are using two-handed rods and Spey casts. The purchases of these rods now account for as much as 25 percent of the fly-rod sales in many California fly shops.

In the last decade we’ve watched a change overcome California fly fishing. At first there were isolated instances of longer rods, bigger reels, and newfangled “roll casts.” As the months and years rolled along it became commonplace, and now half the wading fly fishers you see today on Northern California tailwaters are using two-handed rods and Spey casts. The purchases of these rods now account for as much as 25 percent of the fly-rod sales in many California fly shops.

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In the last decade we’ve watched a change overcome California fly fishing. At first there were isolated instances of longer rods, bigger reels, and newfangled “roll casts.” As the months and years rolled along it became commonplace, and now half the wading fly fishers you see today on Northern California tailwaters are using two-handed rods and Spey casts. The purchases of these rods now account for as much as 25 percent of the fly-rod sales in many California fly shops.

In the last decade we’ve watched a change overcome California fly fishing. At first there were isolated instances of longer rods, bigger reels, and newfangled “roll casts.” As the months and years rolled along it became commonplace, and now half the wading fly fishers you see today on Northern California tailwaters are using two-handed rods and Spey casts. The purchases of these rods now account for as much as 25 percent of the fly-rod sales in many California fly shops.