There are few fly fishing trends that have helped the aver4age fly fisherman become more successful than the adoption of two hand rods. Modern two hand rods and today’s newest ly lines look radically different from the in ancestors of Great Britain. No longer is it necessary to pull out a 14 or 15 foot rod and a long belly line to call yourself a two handed rod fisherman.
The adoption of shorter rods and corresponding shorter lines has brought the concept of fishing with a two hande3d r4od to the masses. It has never been a better time to get into fishing with two hands. Airflo has a variety of lines and heads designed to fit just about every situation you will come across when fishing with a two hander.
Skagit style casting and fishing was first practiced in the Pacific Northwest and has become synonymous with casting large bulky flies and heavy sink tips. This series of Skagit shooting heads excels at getting the job done and makes it extremely easy to boot. Great for all skill levels.
Surface presentations with two handed rods have never been easier. This solid selection of lines easily fish all surface or near surface presentations.