ICAST 2022 – Show Recap + New Dealer Product Reviews

Another great ICAST in the books! It honestly feels like the last ICAST (2021) was just the other day, but we weren’t complaining for the chance to get back to the Orange County Conventional Center in Orlando, Florida to see so many friends (old and new), and to show off TFO’s newest rods – the Pro III single and two handed series, and the all new Resolve Bass family of casting and spinning rods.

New For 2022 – Conventional & Spinning: Resolve Bass Series

Most of you might already be aware of the Resolve Bass Series, but for those that may have missed the memo, TFO has a new lineup of highly specialized spinning and cast rods designed with the latest technology resulting in incredible feel, sensitivity and durability. This will be the new, top of the line series for TFO’s bass rods. The Resolve Bass series is set to release later this August and will feature six casting and three spinning models. Check out the video below to learn more.

 

New For 2022 – Fly Fishing: Pro III – Single Handed & Two Handed Series + Dealer Reviews

Earlier this summer, we announced the new Pro III series, with the single hand series launching in June (the Pro III Two Handed models will be available later this August).

Evolving from the Professional and Pro II series – two of the most popular fly rods at TFO – the Pro III continues the legacy of a great moderate action, beginner to intermediate fly rod at an incredible value. In addition to upgraded components, the Pro III also now comes with a rod tube. See below for two reviews from our good friends at Mad River Outfitters (OH) and Trouts Fly Fishing (CO).

 

 

 

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