Gary's Signature Series 'Heroes on the Water' Rods
Heroes on the Water Rods

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The HOW logo is prominently displayed on the middle of the fire engine red split grip, and a reduced fighting butt helps navigate the tight quarters and rod holders in your favorite kayak.

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HOW rods are metallic blue with matching wraps and red tipping.

Paddle. Fish. Heal.

Heroes on the WaterHeroes on the Water helps wounded warriors relax, rehabilitate, and reintegrate through kayak fishing and the outdoors. The primary goal of the program is to assist these injured service members with their physical and mental recovery by introducing them to the therapeutic qualities of fishing from kayaks. The program allows the participants a chance to decompress from the stresses associated with combat and the rigors of rehabilitation. Wounded veterans join the kayak fishing "band of brothers" on guided fishing trips held at various locations around the country.

Through the combined efforts of Cory Routh, Dean Thomas, Fil Spencer and Gary Loomis, Temple Fork Outfitters has designed 5 rods built specifically to benefit "Heroes on the Water." HOW rods are metallic blue with matching wraps and red tipping. The HOW logo is prominently displayed on the middle of the fire engine red split grip. A reduced fighting butt helps navigate the tight quarters and rod holders in your favorite kayak. TFO will make a donation to Heroes on the Water for every HOW rod that is sold through an authorized TFO dealer.

Heroes on the Water (HOW) Rods

Model Length Power Line Wt. Lure Wt. (oz.) Weight (oz.)Pcs. Action MSRP
TFG HOW C664-1 6'6" Medium Power M 6-12 1/4 - 3/4 4.7 1 Fast $99.95
TFG HOW C705-1 7' Medium Heavy Power MH 8-17 3/8 - 1 5.5 1 Fast $99.95
TFG HOW S663-1 6'6" Medium Light Power ML 4-10 1/8 - 1/2 4.1 1 Fast $99.95
TFG HOW S664-1 6'6" Medium Power M 6-12 1/4 - 3/4 4.7 1 Fast $99.95
TFG HOW S703-1 7' Medium Light Power ML 4-10 1/8 - 1/2 4.1 1 Fast $99.95

“Good rods can be made out of anything from bamboo to modern carbon fiber. But, a good rod must have the right length, power and action to do a specific job. To make a good rod better is to make it lighter and more sensitive without sacrificing durability."

Gary Loomis