Sage TXL-F Fly Rod is Released

Sage has done it again. The new Sage TLX-F fly rod for small streams makes every cast fun and small fish feel big. Based on the same stroke of the Sage high end fast action rods, the TXL-F delivers hot performance for the small stream angler.

From the Sage Press Release

“November 22, 2010 (San Francisco, CA): Since 1985, Sage has endeavored on perfecting performance by handcrafting fly rods in Bainbridge Island, Washington. This year, Sage’s master rod builder, Jerry Siem, has developed a new series of dedicated small stream fly rods named TXL-F. This latest rod offering provides big rod performance in a small package.

Celebrate small stream fishing: Ultra-light rods in general have a reputation for being “noodly”. Not so with the TXL-F, which responds to the same casting stroke that efficiently loads and unloads Sage’s high-performing, fast- action rods. Now an angler can play “small ball” on tight trout streams without sacrificing performance.

Bottom Line on TXL-F: The ultimate small-stream performance fly rod. Adds a new level of enjoyment when fishing creeks and tighter streams. Makes every cast fun and small fish feel big.”

 The rod series start with the ultra light “000” and run up to a 4 wt. Rod lengths start at 6 ft 10 inch and got to 7 ft 10 in. All TXL-F fly rods are 4 piece for easy travel and backpack in.

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Take a look at the new Sage TXL-F fly rod series for small creekin.

Tight Lines,

Marshall, Editor
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