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Spring Spey Giveaway!

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We are going all out for our 2017 Spring Spey Giveaway. One lucky winner is going to receive a custom Moriston Spey Rod built in Southern Oregon from the finest materials available!

This 4 piece beauty is built on Moriston Rod Company’s popular lightweight graphite blank, scaled up to a 12’ 9’’, 8/9wt. salmon slayer. Moriston rods are known for their balance of power and sensitivity that can be seen in the strong butt section that transitions to an ultra-responsive tip. It has the power to cut through the toughest of conditions while throwing the largest streamers or bugs.

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