Orvis Clearwater Two-Handed Fly RodsThe Clearwater® Series reaps the rewards of award-winning Helios technology.
The Clearwater Two-Handed rods come in multiple line weights that will cover both freshwater/saltwater fishing scenarios. Available in a variety of lengths, Clearwater rods have you covered whether you are fishing micro-spey or switch style in a wide range of waters. The Clearwater fly rods are designed with a perfect balance of strength and precision, allowing anglers to cast heavy streamer or tiny dry flies. The value and versatility of Clearwater rods make it a favorite among freshwater anglers everywhere. Offered at a great price and backed by a 25-year guarantee, Clearwater rods cannot be beaten!
Lighter and more responsive than ever, the Clearwater Series offers 8 two-handed rod models from a delicate 3-weight to a broad-shouldered 10-weight in flex profiles perfectly suited for the rod's application
- Each type of rod has a specific action/taper best suited to the rod’s purpose.
- The muskie rod has a unique taper developed by our rod designers and serious muskie anglers like George Daniel, Kip Veith, and Mike Schultz.
- The micro-Spey has its own action for swinging and mending smaller trout streamers and wets
- The two shortest trout rods have a slower action designed for short casts as compared to more conventional models.
- The basic saltwater models have a faster action designed for bigger flies, bigger fish, and windy conditions.
- The new Clearwaters improved the rod blank materials using a blend of standard, intermediate, and high modulus graphite depending on the rod model.
- The rods have between 10 and 15% improved strength, depending on the exact rod model.
- Improved cork material for increased durability and looks.
- Quick rod identifier on the butt section of the rod so you can easily see the model without turning the rod.
- New graphics to show they are part of the Orvis rod family.
- The basic trout models have a modified full-wells grip, a recent trend that has proven to be very popular.
- Fighting butts incorporate composite cork for greater durability.
- The 14- and 15-foot two-handed rods are 5-piece for easier travel.