Fenwick Fly Rods

Fenwick fly rods are not as popular as their traditional rods. They have two lines of fly rods that boast great value along with the Fenwick name. I have not cast one of these rods but if they are anything like their traditional counterparts, they would definitely be worth a try. All Fenwick rods come with a five-year manufacturer's limited warranty. Check out their line of fly rods below and if you like, click on my partner link to buy one. If you're just browsing, click on the review section and see if anyone has written a review. Also, feel free to add your own opinion.

HMG: These Fenwick fly rods have a higher modulus graphite blank gives you the feel necessary to make easy, disturbance-free laydowns, and the backbone needed to power bulky flies into stiff winds. The traditional Fenwick grip combines with a gloss brown finish on the blank and the walnut reel seat to give the rod the classic Fenwick look that anglers have loved for so long. Double-foot snake guides and a ceramic stripping guide let you shoot line effortlessly and quietly. The rods come complete with Cordura®-covered PVC rod tubes with a center divider to keep tip and butt sections separated and protected. Priced $179-$185.

HMX: These Fenwick fly rods are fast actioned and have an IM7 graphite blank strengthened by cross-scrim graphite running tip to butt. SS304 hard chromium plated stainless steel guides. Cork grips and black anodized reel seats with resin-impregnated walnut inserts. Includes triangular rod tube and cloth bag. Available in only 2 - piece with line weights 3,5,6,8, and 10. Priced $149.

Eagle GT: Intermediate IM6 modulus graphite blank. Available in several different actions. Cork grips and black anodized reel seats with resin-impregnated walnut inserts. Available in 4,5,6,and 8 weights and 2 piece. Includes cloth bag and clear plastic tube. Priced $99.