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New Zealand Spring Creek Fly Rod 389-4 8′ 9″ 3wt

(1 customer review)


Clear water and educated trout demand the casting performance of our New Zealand Spring Creek fly rod.

13 in stock


New Zealand Spring Creek Fly Rod:

  • Line Size: 3
  • Length: 8 feet, 9 inches
  • Sections: 4
  • Blank color: Olive
  • Reel Seat: Darkened nickel silver, uplocking
  • Spacer: Cocobolo
  • Guides: Blued chrome light steel wire
  • Handle: Proprietary Leland Grip
  • Action: Adaptive, Fast

Spring creek trout fishing is arguably the most challenging genre of fly fishing. When educated trout, living in crystal clear water, have time to inspect your offering…all must be perfect. Casting with a longer leader can be a challenge, but our New Zealand Spring Creek rod was designed to efficiently “turn-over” these lengthy leaders, even at distance, then offer up the most subtle presentation possible. You’ll still need a drag-free drift and the right fly, but step one is always getting your offering to the mark. That’s exactly why our Spring Creek rod deserves to exist.

Crafted from the finest materials and appointed with only the best components, this fly rod not only performs as designed, but looks brilliant on a rod rack. The finest cork, cocobolo wood and darkened nickel silver adds to the overall enjoyment of fishing a fly rod of this caliber. Nothing from a big brand fly rod company can compare. If you enjoy fishing spring creeks and smaller streams, this is your new favorite fly rod.

  • Perfect fly rod for lighter presentations and spooky trout.
  • The ultimate fly rod for fishing spring creeks.
  • Four-piece configuration makes for easy travel and storage.
  • Only the best materials and components used.
  • Top-quality aluminum rod tube with rod sock included.


Weight 1.34 kg
Dimensions 92 × 10 × 10 cm

Spring Creek


4 Piece

1 review for New Zealand Spring Creek Fly Rod 389-4 8′ 9″ 3wt

  1. Anthony Sweatman

    Absolutely the best fly rod I have ever fished with. Many rods may appear to cast well on the lawn in perfect conditions, but when you take a long hike up a steep mountain, crawl through the brush and mountain laurel to finally arrive at the perfect wild brookie hole, this is a rod that you can have confidence in. It performed in every condition I asked of it. Roll cast, Bow and arrow cast, low side arm under a limb to land under over hanging tree cast, and the drop your line in the water and feed it down stream because that’s the only way you can reach the hole cast. You get the point. After 20 years of dreaming of owning a better rod, I have found a rod that has exceeded my expectations. First fishing trip with this rod I accomplished the Appalachian Mountain Grand Slam. Rainbow, Brook, and Brown trout. Same day, same river.

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