Winston Air TH Series Spey Rods

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Pre-Order until September 15th

  

The new Winston AIR TH rods redefine two-hand casting performance. Utilizing the SuperSilica resin system and Boron technology, these rods are unbelievably light, perfectly balanced, powerful, responsive, and just plain fun to fish.

Featuring a deep loading action with fast recovery rates, AIR TH models are ideal for any steelhead and salmon fishing application. They showcase adaptive and specified grain windows that are ideal for specific two-hand applications. In addition to the dialed grain windows, AIR TH models utilize smaller diameter grips to give anglers more feel and intuition during the cast.

 

 

WEIGHTS: 5 thru 9wt.
ACTION: Medium Fast
SECTIONS: 4
GUIDES: Satin finished stripper guide with Silicon Nitride ring. Hard chrome snake guides.
REEL SEAT: Charcoal Gray anodized aluminum, down locking
STORAGE: Premium graphite rod tube with logo rod sock
MSRP: $1250 

 

  
HIGHLIGHTS

  • Advanced Boron III technology combined with our proprietary SuperSilica lightweight resin system
  • Extremely light, yet powerful and responsive
  • Deep loading action with a fast recovery rate
  • Standardized rod lengths across multiple grain windows to support any casting style
  • Winston-designed grip for better “feel”
  • Designed and Handcrafted in Twin Bridges, MT

 

 

 

 

   

LINE

LENGTH GRIP SKAGIT LINE SCANDI LINE ROD PRICE BLANK PRICE
5wt. 12′ TWO HANDED 390-420 360-390 $1250 $625
6wt. 11’6″ TWO HANDED 420-450 390-420 $1250 $625
6wt. 12′ 6″ TWO HANDED 420-450 390-420 $1250 $625
6wt. 13’3″ TWO HANDED 420-450 390-420 $1250 $625
7wt. 12’3″ TWO HANDED 510-525 440-480 $1250 $625
7wt. 13’3″ TWO HANDED 510-525 440-480 $1250 $625
8wt. 12’3″ TWO HANDED 540-570 510-540 $1250 $625
8wt. 13’3″ TWO HANDED 540-570 510-540 $1250 $625
8wt. 14’6″ TWO HANDED 540-570 510-540 $1250 $625
9wt. 12’9″ TWO HANDED 570-600 520-540 $1250 $625

 

   

AIR TH 5wt: Anglers needing a crossover rod for trout and light steelhead should consider the 12’ 5weight Air TH. This rod is the perfect small summer steelhead rod with dry lines, lighter tips, and poly leaders. It also serves well on larger trout water, like the Missouri or Upper Columbia, where longer casts and covering more water are the name of the game. Tip recommendations: 10 feet of T8 – T10, 10’ poly leaders.

AIR TH 6wt: Built in 3 different lengths including 11’6”, 12’6”, and the new 13’3” tapers, these 6 weights dial anglers into specific fishing applications. For tight spots and switch fishing, the 11’6” fits the bill. For all-around summer steelhead, the classic 12’6” adds versatility to both Skagit and dry line applications. Finally, the 13’3’ is the perfect winter steelhead rod, that can get smaller flies in the strike zone. Tip recommendations: 10 feet of T8 – T10, 10’ poly leaders.

AIR TH 7wt: Featured in two lengths, a 12’3” for shorter heads and bigger flies, and our classic 13’3” taper, that honestly, does just about everything well. Two different lengths gives anglers of different casting styles the ability to choose the model that fits them best. If one can only own one steelhead rod, these 7 weights will cover a wide range of applications. Tip recommendations: T8-14 10’-12’.

AIR TH 8wt: Designed in 3 unique lengths, these powerful 8 weights appeal to 3 different fishing applications. The 12’3” is ideal for short heads, and dredging big flies in bigger water. The 13’3” gives anglers a longer option without being too long – it’ll lean closer to the more traditional longer Skagit and Scandi lines and cast longer tips. The 14’6” is our traditional long-belly length for fishing greased lines, or longer Scandinavian shooting heads. Capable of shooting huge casts on the biggest rivers, for big anadromous fish. Tip Recommendations: T10-14, 10-14’.

AIR TH 9wt: A true two-handed cannon that is our most powerful rod in the Air TH line up. Amazingly light and responsive, the 12’9” 9 harnesses the power to fight the largest anadromous fish. Built with 30-40lb king salmon in mind, this rod casts the big bright flies on heavy Skagit lines need.

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