Salmon Fly Fishing Rods

The rods below are specifically designed to catch coho, steelhead and other salmon species. If you’re looking for something a little more versatile or generic, please check out our full inventory of fly rods here.

$450.00

G.Loomis CrossCurrent Pro 1 Fly Rod - saltwater
"The best saltwater action happens wherever currents cross and create rips, seams and turbulence. With G.Loomis CrossCurrent Pro 1 Fly Rod, youll easily muscle in the titans lurking there. Its fiber-blend technology results in a high-performance blank tha

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$350.00

G.Loomis Shorestalker Fly Rod - saltwater
"G.Loomiss rod designers teamed up with renowned fly fisher Dave Whitlock to develop a series of fly rods specializing in fishing shorelines where precision casts prove more important than raw distance. The fast-action Loomis Shorestalker measure a little

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$429.00

Orvis Recon Big Game/Saltwater Fly Rod - Trap Rollers
"Serious trophy hunters targeting steelhead or other top-line predators in freshwater or saltwater (or both) need look no further than the Orvis Recon Big Game/Saltwater Fly Rod. This is a high-performance, fast-action rod that sits light in the hand, wit

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$200.99

Redington Predator Fly Rod - saltwater
"If chasing big fish with big flies is the name of the game, theres no better weapon than the Predator Fly Rod from Redington. The powerful, fast action helps you cast bigger flies farther so you can effectively target those big, wary fish. Perfectly bala

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$500.00

Sage Motive Saltwater Fly Rod - aluminum
"Sage Motive Saltwater Fly Rods fast action provides the line speed to cast long distances and handle wind, yet its forgiving enough to allow for a fatigue-free day of casting. Oversized guides handle heavy saltwater lines so they shoot farther with less

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$339.99

TFO Axiom II Fly Rod - saltwater
"Made to fit the angler, not only is TFOs Axiom II Fly Rod capable of short and powerful casts, its also ideal for long and smooth casts as well. The updated design allows you to choose how and when to apply to the pressure on the fish at a 90 angle, 45 a

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