Power - Created with a ultra light, ultra fast action rod blank, the Convert Switch Rod has the power to cast in just about any environment imaginable. Let the rod do the work. Heavy sink tips partnered with thick Skagit lines are no match for the fluid power of these responsive rods. Just imagine, no more fatigue after a long day of winter fishing!
Control - Optimized with an extremely lightweight fast action taper that will ensure a delicate presentation of your fly for both the novice and the experienced angler under almost any condition.
Dependability - The Convert Switch Rod comes with a lifetime, original owner warranty that protects your investment against defects and "accidents" that can occur to even the best of us. All our rods are constructed with the finest Pacific Bay guides out of Sequim, Washington to ensure they will last a lifetime!
We have designed the Convert Switch Rod to have the strength to cast into the fiercest of winds or throw the heaviest of bugs, while maintaining the fluidity that allows for a flawless presentation of dry flies. Cast it as a compact two-handed spey rod or as a traditional one-handed fly fishing rod. It's one of the only switch rods on the market that can be easily converted into a one-handed casting machine by simply unscrewing the butt handle.
Engineered to be everything you need, to land all the fish you want in as many locations as you can find.
- 11'-6" Fast Action Switch Rod
- Available in a 5wt, 4 Section
- Ultra Light Graphite Blank
- Swivel Hook Keeper
- Uplocking, Machined Aluminum Reel Seat w/Burl Wood Inlay
- Premium Cork Handle With Removable Butt Grip & Composite Cork Accents
- Gunsmoke Pacific Bay Snake Guides
- Lightweight Fast Taper
- Ships With Rod Sock & Aluminum Rod Tube
- Lifetime Warranty
NOW EVERYONE CAN AFFORD TO FEEL THE TUG ON A QUALITY TWO HANDED ROD
Posted by Don Barrett on 6th Apr 2015
Don't see any quality issues and looks like a higher price rod. I like to dead drift with strike indicators and have the ability to mend line. Tried a delta 5/6 and a wind cutter 5 lines and the rod will over power both lines with ease. I think it could handle a 6/7 line with no problems. The only gripe is the small diameter grip. It drives me nuts to see small grips on two hand rods.