Meet the challenge of casting sinking lines or ultra-compact floating lines with the Exocett SS Fly Rod
The Exocett SS offers powerful rod tips to easily help pull sinking lines to the surface, while the steep multi-modulus blanks dampen excess shock associated with heavy lines or weighted flies. The result is more distance and accuracy with fewer false casts. The exceptionally low swing weight of Exocett SS rods amplifies the sensation of hooking and fighting fish, while the Strato-Therm resin construction provides the strength necessary to pry a mega-monster from the depths. Grips are Flor-grade cork reinforced with high density rubberized composite.
Also available with Flexible RECoil or Flexible CeRECoil w/Ceramic Insert ($1,030).
- 4-piece multi-modulus blank with stealth matte “T&T Blue” Low-Friction Finish
- Titanium frame stripping guides with ceramic inserts
- RECoil titanium alloy snake guides
- Ultra-premium cork full wells grip
- Matte black milled aluminum up-locking saltwater reel seat
- Includes aluminum rod tube with machined bar-stock aluminum collar and cap. Blue powder-coat with pewter Thomas & Thomas logo
250 SS - WHAT A STICK!
Living in Seattle, we have two distinct fisheries where the 250 SS is simply magical. The first of which is Puget Sound, a saltwater fishery open anglers all year to pursue sea run cutthroat trout as well as Coho and Pink salmon from either the beach or choice of watercraft. Here anglers are faced with the perfect storm of challenging situations nearly every day...wind, distance and potentially large flies. To successfully tackle these at the same time an angler needs a rod with quick recovery in the tip without losing sensitivity, a butt section capable of carrying long lengths of line without collapsing and of course fighting those large fish which will invariably take that perfectly delivered fly. This rod seamlessly blends all of these attributes as well and better than any rod I have ever cast.
Dave McCoy on Sep 10, 2018