| The lightweight aluminium reel fittings have a hard anodised silver/gold finish and feature stunning maple burl wood inserts. This beautiful wood displays a range of colours and grain patterns, making each rod quite unique and individual. The new rich bronze colour of the blanks is complemented by self colour whippings with a subtle, single band of bronze whipping. From the moment you pick up a Prestige fly rod, you will appreciate the detail that has gone into them, as they simply ooze class. Every rod carries an Original Purchaser Lifetime Guarantee and comes in matching cotton drill sleeve and lightweight Cordura tube, providing the ultimate in protection, style and peace of mind. |
Using our well-proven tri-modulus technology, the blanks feature a subtle blend of 30, 40 and 50 ton carbon, to achieve the precise action we are seeking throughout the blank. These rods now compare favourably with the best on the market, plus we have extended the range to include some fabulous new lighter line class, river rods.
10142 Prestige 10ft 6in #3 - 10143 Prestige 11ft #3
The stunning Prestige range is further expanded for 2015, with the addition of two new light-line dry fly and nymph rods. Aimed squarely at the light line specialist who has come to appreciate the sport to be had fishing light. Originally developed in Eastern Europe for their styles of nymph fishing, these longer, lighter rods have become increasingly popular for dry-fly river fishing where their softer, forgiving action will not shake fish off. Fitted with the European style tapered handle, with burl wood collar ideal for Czech nymph style fishing. These two rods can provide a stunning performance when teamed up with the new Thistledown or Nymph lines in particular, depending upon the style of fishing required.
Snowbee are also seeing a new trend in Loch style reservoir boat fishing, where the more progressive anglers are fishing longer and lighter and finding they are not only catching more fish, through not spooking them and having no line resistance on the water for the fish to feel upon the take, but also having a lot more fun doing it!