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Oh, to be a fly on an Axiom II... 🎣
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📸: Karim Jodor

 

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An interesting quote. I have just had my second session with my new Axiom II 8wt. This is what I have had to say so far about the beautiful Axiom II 8wt. I’ve been fishing since 1949 and fly fishing since 1964. In 2010 I went fly only. Since then I have caught 48 saltwater species and 7 freshwater species so there is still a long way to go in the journey. Early in 2011 over a couple of days I did a comparison of the BVK, Axiom, TiCr & TiCrX 8wts and my choice was the Axiom because it had a 25mm, a 20mm and a 16mm stripping guides which I thought would give me an advantage with the Bonefish in those first couple of seconds of their run across the flats. That and the general "feel" made me choose the Axiom. I have also fished with a large range of fly rods some too heavy or too light some stiff sticks some that flopped all over the place. Some inadequate for the job but fish were caught on most of them. I’ve just bought myself an Axiom II 8wt and I have just had a short session on the front law with it and it is better than I expected and I like the colour. I haven’t used a Mangrove 8wt however I have spent hundreds of hours using the 10 and 12 wts and have had a fish with a 9wt and in my opinion the A2 is a light in the hand fast Mangrove. There was plenty of gusty wind and I had no trouble getting the fly on target at 40, 50 and 60ft. I also set up a target on the other side of one of my large trees (a big old droopy Melaleuca) and had no trouble avoiding the low hanging branches while getting the fly on target. The wells grip is a bit small in my hand so I may change the grip some time. I’m now looking forward to getting out on the water and seeing how it goes on the real thing. Session two. Just had another session with the 8wt Axioms side by side with the same reels Lamson Konic IVs and lines. I used SA Tropicore Redfish in the first session. This session was a RIO tropic Intermediate and I got similar results. The A2 feels much lighter and delivers the line smoothly with tighter loops With the old Axiom I was hitting the targets but the delivery was not as smooth and the loops were larger. However this old Axiom has caught 250+ Bonefish and probably 40 other species of saltwater fish so it will still go to Kiritimiti on the next trip. B|

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Great shot!

thanks for sharing!

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