Temple Fork and Lefty Kreh designed...
Temple Fork and Lefty Kreh designed the TiCr X Series fly rods to be a powerful angling tool. Rod weights 5-8 are designed to present flies at distant targets. Rod weights 9-12 have the power to launch larger flies and to lift an angry fish out of the depths. The reserve power gives these rods the ability to carry a lot of line in the air to be over lined for close-in work. TFO 09 90 4 TX
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This sweet casting 9-weight is a great Amazon peacock bass fishing tool. It's perfect for presenting big streamers on sinking lines up 300 grains. This rod is the work-horse of Amazon angling - light enough to cast all day, fast enough to throw the heavy lines that get down deep for big payara and with enough backbone to haul in giant peacocks.
We could tell you about big adventures and great success with this rod. Just pick it up and you'll have your own success stories to tell.
The evolution of the Lefty Kreh TiCr X Series has been fascinating. Imagine Lefty Kreh taking a prototype and saying "this is a nice rod but..." Then imagine new mandrels and as many as 6 prototypes later having him say, "PERFECT!"
Lefty designed the TiCr X Series to be a powerful angling tool. Rod weights 5-8 are designed to present flies at distant targets. Rod weights 9-12 have the power to launch larger flies and to lift an angry fish out of the depths. The reserve power in the TiCr X Series give these rods the ability to carry a lot of line in the air and can easily be over lined for close-in work. The X rod's blue finish spring to life in a little sunlight while the flor grade cork, oversized titanium oxide stripping guides, and uplocking reel seat with cushioned hoods top off this ultimate package of form and function.
"WOW!!!!! This rod throws a line as flat as a billiard table with a loop you can throw through a screen door. I would certainly rate this one of the very best eight weight rods I have ever cast. For anyone who likes a fast action rod - this does it in spades."
These rods are equipped with a fighting butt and feature full wells grips and channel lock sliding rear hoods with double locking rings. Oversized titanium oxide first stripping guides start with a #20 on the 6,7, and 8 and #24 on the 9 weight through 12 weight.