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Fly Rod Manufacturers

The Big List of Fly Rod Manufacturers

We have searched low and high and found every fly rod manufacturer we could possibly find. With that said, if you know of another fly rod maker, be sure to create a listing here.

How to Choose a Fly Rod Maker

It is highly recommended you visit your local fly shop or a friend to sample different fly rods. Every individual has different biomechanics, rhythm, style and fishing conditions which means that people prefer different rods. The most important things about each fly rod are the style, material, pieces, speed, length, weight, drip, butt and ultimately price. Finding the right combination of each of these elements will allow you to buy the perfect fly rod for you.

For example, people who are always backpacking would likely prefer a pack rod which is typically nine feet in length, 5 in weight but likely in 4 or more pieces so it is small and easy to pack. Some Tenkara rods even telescope making them very small and compact to carry though having limited casting distance. For folk who are fishing for Steelhead on big rivers they might want a much larger Spey rod which requires two hands to cast.

No matter what, you need the list of fly rod makers below has got you covered!

  • Redington
  • Sage
  • G-Loomis
  • R.L. Winston Rod Co.
  • Orvis
  • Temple Fork Outfitters
  • Scott
  • Echo
  • Hardy
  • St. Croix
  • Fenwick
  • Pieroway Rod Company
  • Loop Tackle
  • Tenkara Rod Company
  • Tenkara USA
  • Clutch Fly Rod Company
  • Temple Fork Outfitters
  • Douglas Sky Fly Rods
  • Waterworks-Lamson
  • Okuma