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Region Fishing offers two types of high-quality freshwater fly rods. Both styles are manufactured with quality in mind and undergo a three-step quality control process that ensures your rod will be perfect from the day you receive it.
To help you determine which rod suites your need please reference the following chart:
|Action||Experience Level||Fishing Purpose||Casting Stroke||Distance||Wind||Additional Notes|
|South Holston||Medium-Fast||Novice-Advanced||General Purpose- Great for Streamers, Nymphs, and Dries||Finesse||10'-60'||Good - tight loops for wind resistance||Guides choice for use with clients. Handles the majority of all fishing situations|
|San Juan||Fast||Intermediate-Advanced||General Purpose - Great for larger rivers and lakes where big fish live. Rod will give you the extra distance and great presentation for dry flies far away. Also does well with heavy streamers ad heavy nymphing.||Powerful||15'-90'||Best - Extra tight loops for wind resistance||Easier to handle big fish. 5 weight rod has handled trout and salmon up to 25 lbs!|
What Others are Saying:
“I have cast many rods and the Region rods are smooth, accurate, and are light in the hand. We nymphed, threw dry dropper and even streamers and the rods handled it with ease. I enjoyed fishing these rods. Good quality and a value at the price!” Andy Stutz, Colorado Fly Fishing Guide
“I used both rods on 7 lbs on Monster Brook Trout in Newfoundland and both 5 weights held up to the challenge. Flawless performance.” - Robert
“I use this South Holston to guide most of my clients. It is a very forgiving rod and the rod’s action lets the novice client feel the basics of casting and feel the strike and fight of the fish.” – Nick Hixon, Colorado Fly Fishing Guide
“Region asked me to abuse the San Juan rod, so I did, I have caught King and Atlantic Salmon, large rainbows, cutthroats and browns. The have full confidence in the rod and have had a lot of fun with it. I have fished it for almost 100 days, and it has handled all the abuse. I can’t wait for their 8 weight to come out.” – Brandon Ross
Read George Sylvestre's Review of the San Juan rod at On the Fly Magazine page 75.