Wednesday, June 27, 2012

T.F.M. Spotting - First Bass On Glass

Jeff Price of J&M Flies recently heeded the call to give glass a try again after a twenty year hiatus with the purchase of a couple Eagle Claw Featherlight fly rods.  He sent along a report with a T.F.M. Spotting Photo Contest photo as well.


Jeff wrote...  "After reading and following your blog, I decided to give the glass a try.  I bought something in my price range, that being two of the Eagle Claw Featherlight rods.  I decided to go with the 6'6 4/5 weight and the 7' 5/6 weight.  Well, on June 11, 2012 I decided to give the 7' model a try.  Melissa told me to wear my T.F.M. shirt as this was my first time in over twenty years that I have fished with a fiberglass rod.  I had bought a glass rod when I first started fly fishing but never caught anything on it and I quickly moved on to a graphite rod.  So I ventured out and used my new rod and over the course of two hours I managed to land eleven smallies, one long eared sunfish, and one fallfish.  I had a blast.  What a difference the fiberglass makes.  I am hooked on the glass!  I have already started looking at other fiberglass rods in my price range much to my wife's dismay."


Jeff...I'm glad that you are digging fishing fiberglass.  Don't let it be twenty years before you try it again.

1 comment:

Howard Levett said...

Jeff is a class guy. Just the type we like in our fiberglass community!