Originally Posted by ribka
I like a TFO BVK 10 ft 4 weight for most nymphing. I have a 11 ft 5 weight switch I use for larger rivers. a 11 1/2 ft 7 weight switch for steelhead And a fiberglass 7 ft 2 weight for small streams

I like a triangle taper for larger rods and a DT for my small stream rod

The BVK 10' 4wt is my favorite rod for most of the searun dollies I fish for. It is a tremendous nymphing rod.

Just picked up an Echo 10' 7wt for drift fishing the Kenai...

Mark Begich, Joaquin Jackson, and Heller resistance... Three huge reasons to worry about the NRA.