"Build a better fly rod" - The sentence written on the whiteboard above my desk. It greets me every morning and is the last thing I see when I leave each evening - it's become a mantra - it keeps us honest.
Below that Statement in the bottom right hand corner is a short quote put up my daughter Jessie - "In a world where you can be anything, be kind" - an altogether more inspired, but slightly less useful phrase when it comes to making fly rods.
So what? - in a nutshell, Fuji Torzite Guides are ultra thin, stronger, with an improved shape, lower friction, and 40% lighter and smoother than SiC. The benefit? - they shoot line better and are less prone to tangles on shooting. And they weigh a little less - if that's important to you.
Our saltwater rods feature two of these new guides
Checkout out our carbon fiber fly rod range - 590C, 690C, 890C, 1090 and our two handers for the Torzite upgrade
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The use of Graphene nano resin affords clear performance advantages. 5% Lighter, tougher and more responsive.
Our SnakeBelly™ Satin finish is scratch and chip resistant making for an extremely tough and durable fly rod that is less prone to stress fractures caused by collisions with weighted flies.
Giving the Epic 590 a workout on Zorro Spring Creek in the Chilean Andes last January. I was consistently amazed at the way that rod performed in a variety of circumstances. I mentioned utility in my Instagram post and I meant it. The 590 Fly Rod basically ticks all the boxes for me as a trout rod. You guys ruined me.