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Stroft introduces NiTi Mono- and Polywire for predator fly-fishing

Stroft NiTi Monowire and Stroft NiTi Polywire optimally meet all these requirements. For example, a 0.20 Stroft NiTi Monowire has a breaking strain of 4.2 kg, which is also almost achieved in the clinch knot.

Stroft NiTi Monowire and Stroft NiTi Polywire solve these problems and are the first choice when it comes to the ultimate predator leader. The connections are quick and easy to make. No crimps, no pliers – a simple, very easy to tie clinch knot with four turns is the solution – and with Stroft NiTi (and its thinner wires) it can even achieve up to 100% of the linear breaking strain!

For the first time at the EWF – The Patagonia Worn Wear Tour!

The Patagonia Worn Wear Program began in 2013 in order to motivate people to care for their clothing and to repair it when necessary. Worn Wear’s objective is that clothing (regardless of manufacturer) be used as long as possible. When replacement is necessary, Patagonia recommends that the consumer invest in a durable product. That is why Patagonia makes high-quality and functional products and provides a lifetime guaranty.

The Patagonia Worn Wear Program began in 2013 in order to motivate people to care for their clothing and to repair it when necessary. Worn Wear’s objective is that clothing (regardless of manufacturer) be used as long as possible. When replacement is necessary, Patagonia recommends that the consumer invests in a durable product. That is why Patagonia makes high-quality and functional products and provides a lifetime guaranty.

Winston Bamboo is Back!

The old Winston bamboo shop was housed in the original R.L. Winston Rod Company building in downtown Twin Bridges. On May 7, 2017, a fire started at 3:00 in the morning, destroying the building and all its contents including bamboo rod inventory, machinery and raw materials. Despite this tragic loss, we have been determined to continue our 90-year commitment to the legacy of building the most beautiful, highest performing bamboo fly rods available.

The old Winston bamboo shop was housed in the original R.L. Winston Rod Company building in downtown Twin Bridges. On May 7, 2017, a fire started at 3:00 in the morning, destroying the building and all its contents including bamboo rod inventory, machinery and raw materials. Despite this tragic loss, we have been determined to continue our 90-year commitment to the legacy of building the most beautiful, highest performing bamboo fly rods available.

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