and Blank Summary
A Twenty Two inch Dukes Creek Brown Trout caught on a Blue
Ridge Rod. Dukes Creek is in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia
and has been featured on ESPN's Fly Fishing America.
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individual product lines.
Blue Ridge Fly
Reels and Lines. As well as Jim Teeny Specialty Lines:
introduce our own line of fully machined, disc drag, bar stock aluminum reels at
unbelievable prices, starting at $97.50. Our fly lines are available
in 4 to 8 wt, and are only $16.00. These are slick, high floating
lines. If you need a specialty line, we are a distributor for Jim
Teeny lines. Click on in and be impressed by the reels.
Blem" Rods and Blanks: Blue Ridge Rods
was founded on building high quality fly rods on
cosmetically blemished Loomis blanks. We only have a few 7 1/2' to 8' 2-4
weight blanks left. The 7 1/2' 3 wt is a GREAT rod.
- New: Tail
Water, Balsam Mountain and Caster Series rods.
The Tail Water and Balsam Mountain Series rods offer the finest
rods money can buy. Built around Twenty First Century graphite, resins
and tapers; these rods are unmatched for quality and value. The Caster
Series offer beautiful cosmetics, solid performance and low pricing.
- Accelerator+ Series,
Smoky Mountain and the original Blue Ridge Series Rods. These rods are built on first
quality blanks constructed from high tech aerialized graphite and state of
the art resins. They make some of the finest rods available in the
world today, at incredible prices. These rods start at $155.00 for the
two piece 6' Blue Ridge 2/3 wt.
Additionally, we can build on or supply you with almost any blank or
component available on the market today. E-mail for more information.
Here is a letter we received from one of our International Customers:
Hi, I thought I'd let you know that I've finished
the rod kit you sent me some time ago. Everything was super, the blank as well as the components and of course the
price ! Just for the fun of it I practised some distance casting and measured my casts
with a yardstick - several casts over 130' and I believe that if I practise more with
150' is no problem. It is hard to believe that this really was a blem.
Thank you !
Carl Holmkvist Professional game angling instructor Member of A.P.G.A.I.
E-mail us: David
Edens, E-mail: Blue Ridge Rods