Pandion Series Two-Handed Rods
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Pandion Series Two-Handed Rods

Reel Seat

Pandion rods feature an anodized aluminum up-locking reel seat with a matching woven graphite insert.

Handle

Emerald green blanks with rich blue wraps/highlights and finished with Flor grade cork.

Blank

Pandion rods are built with our Kevlar Axiom technology making them incredibly smooth with remarkable distance and damping qualities. The rods also feature titanium oxide stripping guides and chromium-impregnated snake guides.

Cover More Water.

Pandion Series Chart

Introducing the new Pandion Series two-handed rods designed by renowned expert Nick Curcione. The ultimate tool for overhead and skagit casting, the new Pandion Series rods are light in the hand yet extremely powerful, delivering extreme distance with minimal effort. Whether you are launching flies into the surf, or you're knee deep in your favorite steelhead run, these rods let you cover more water—putting your fly in front of fish that you couldn't reach with your single hand rods. Pandion rods are built with our Kevlar Axiom technology making them incredibly smooth with remarkable distance and damping qualities.

Pandion rods are emerald green with rich blue wraps and highlights and finished with flor grade cork with stylish burled accents. The rods feature an anodized aluminum reel seat with a matching woven graphite insert. Titanium oxide stripping guides and chromium impregnated snake guides further adorn this handsome blank. Available in 6-, 8-, and 9-weight.

4-Piece Rods

ModelLineLengthPiecesWeight (OZ)Grain WeightPrice
TF 06 129-4 P 6 Wt. 12' 9" 4 8.4 400 - 500 $370.00
TF 08 133-4 P 8 Wt. 13' 3" 4 9.2 500 - 650 $380.00
TF 09 139-4 P 9 Wt 13' 9" 4 10.1 700 - 750 $390.00

*Full Wells with a Fighting Butt

Bob Clouser

"The Pandion rods enable me to orchestrate the loops and line speed in both overhead and spey style casting that make for some incredible long distance presentations. Fish I couldn't get into before are now in range."

- Nick Curcione