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Temple Fork Esox

Temple Fork Esox

Author Blane Chocklett helped Temple Fork design two Esox rod models, one a 300- to 400-grain (10-weight) and the other a 400- to 500-grain (12-weight) that can handle everything from pike in Colorado reservoirs to Lake of the Woods muskies looking for sucker-size flies. The fighting butt and foregrip are both extended with a durable cork composite that won’t break down under the constant pressure of heavy lines and big fish, and TFO’s proprietary TiCr blank coating helps protect the rod from accidental fly strikes, gunwale impacts, and the general abuse rods like these get in the back of a truck or bottom of a boat. $320 |

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