Fly Rod Chronicles Series
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Fly Rod Chronicles Series

Reel Seat

FRC rods are exceptionally smooth casting, with a forgiving tip perfect for beginners and plenty of power and performance to satisfy the most technical angler.

Handle

Reverse half wells grips on the 3-6 and full wells grips with fighting butts on the 7-, 8- and 10-weights.

Blank

The translucent moss green blank is complemented by matching graphite inserts, gold uplocking reel seats, and gold accents.

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Fly Rod Chronicles ChartWe are proud to join television celebrity Curtis Fleming in unveiling the new Fly Rod Chronicles series fly rods. Curtis is well known as an ambassador for the sport of fly fishing. His integrity and passion for teaching have allowed him to introduce our sport to new anglers all over the world.

Designed by Curtis, with the help of Lefty Kreh, this series of fly rods will cover most of the fishing opportunities that exist throughout the world. FRC rods are exceptionally smooth casting—with a forgiving tip perfect for beginners and plenty of power and performance to satisfy the most technical angler.

The translucent moss green blank is complemented by matching graphite inserts, gold uplocking reel seats, and gold accents. Reverse half wells grips on the 3-6 and full wells grips with fighting butts on the 7-, 8- and 10-weights.

4-Piece Rods

ModelLineLengthPiecesWeight (OZ)Price
TF 03 89 4 FRC 3 Wt. 8'-9" 4 3.1 $199.95
TF 04 89 4 FRC 4 Wt. 8'-9" 4 3.1 $199.95
TF 05 90 4 FRC 5 Wt. 9'-0" 4 3.7 $199.95
TF 06 90 4 FRC 6 Wt. 9'-0" 4 4.0 $199.95
TF 07 90 4 FRC * 7 Wt. 9'-0" 4 5.1 $199.95
TF 08 90 4 FRC * 8 Wt. 9'-0" 4 5.4 $199.95
TF 10 90 4 FRC * 10 Wt. 9'-0" 4 5.5 $199.95

*Aluminum Uplocking Reel Seat with Fighting Butt

Curtis Fleming

"The 5 weight is my 'go-to' rod...whether I am fishing for rainbows in the Appalachians or cutthroat in the Rockies. The rod was designed with pin-point accuracy for the professional caster to place that dry fly where it is needed, and it's the perfect rod for the beginner to improve their casting ability."

- Curtis Fleming