FLY

Fates Basic Master ~2017

Discontinued
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Target/Lure:

  • Rainbow trout
  • Brown trout
  • White-spotted char
  • Char
  • Seema
  • Lure = Artificial flies

Rod Concept:

  • Ensuring comfortable handling, useful for everybody from beginners to experts
  • Very lightweight guide that is hard chromed to ensure wear resistance, which has resulted in drastically reducing damage on fishing lines
  • Connection having a spigot ferrule

Rod description and use:

  • FBM662 discontinued in Jan.2016

    • Short rod effective for fishing at small creeks
    • Effective for catching suspicious trout with ultra small fly and super light tippet
  • FBM703 discontinued in Jan.2017

    • Effective for fishing at various areas such as headwaters and creeks
    • Helping anglers to cast artificial flies to desirable spots
  • FBM763 discontinued in Jan.2017

    • Ensuring quick casting at close or middle distant ranges of creeks
    • Effective for catching various kinds of fishes such as seema (in spring) and white-spotted char (in early summer)
  • FBM863 discontinued in Jan.2017

    • Ensuring longer casting when midging or “matching the hatch” at creeks
    • Length convenient for catching fish rising up to water surface, or fish at the opposite shore while mending with rod tip
  • FBM764 discontinued in Jan.2017

    • Effective for quick and accurate casting of big terrestrial flies at bottom slant of mountain creeks
  • FBM864 discontinued in Jan.2017

    • Effective for both dry and wet fly fishing near slant at the bottom slant of open creeks
    • Long rod enough to aim at rocks or over the fastest current of rivers
    • Effective for nymph fly fishing (as well as dry fly one) at fishing spots
  • FBM865 discontinued in Jan.2017

    • Effective for fishing at various spots such as lakes and medium-sized/big creeks
    • Effective for nymph fly fishing as well as dry fly one
    • Comfortable length: easy to swing and cast farther
  • FBM905 discontinued in Jan.2017

    • Effective for dry and wet fishing at mainstreams, and dry and nymph fishing at fishing spots
    • Powerful enough to lift up big trout
  • FBM906 discontinued in Jan.2017

    • Ensuring longer/comfortable casting of artificial flies to the fishing spots like ponds and while standing in rivers near natural lake
    • Effective for handling various types of lures such as dry/wet/nymph flies and streamers
  • FBM918 discontinued in Jan.2017

    • Effective for catching big trout at farther ranges of big creeks, lakes and fishing spots
    • Powerful and supple blank to be bent smoothly

Specifications:

MODEL LINE WT LENGTH
( m [ft])
PCS. HANDLE TYPE TIP DIA
(mm)
CLOSED LENGTH
(cm)
ROD WT
(g)
CARBON/GLASS
(%)
2016FBM662 #2 1.98[6'6"] 2 TYPE:A 1.4 101.5 49 60/40
2017FBM703 #3 2.14[7'0"] 2 TYPE:A 1.4 109.5 55 63/37
2017FBM763 #3 2.29[7'6"] 2 TYPE:A 1.5 116.5 61 63/37
2017FBM863 #3 2.59[8'6"] 2 TYPE:A 1.5 131.5 67 73/27
2017FBM764 #4 2.29[7'6"] 2 TYPE:A 1.6 116.5 66 63/37
2017FBM804 #4 2.44[8'0"] 2 TYPE:A 1.8 124.5 68 63/37
2017FBM864 #4 2.59[8'6"] 2 TYPE:A 1.6 131.5 74 73/27
2017FBM865 #5 2.59[8'6"] 2 TYPE:B 1.8 131.5 80 73/27
2017FBM905 #5 2.74[9'0"] 2 TYPE:B 1.7 139.0 85 73/27
2017FBM906 #6 2.74[9'0"] 2 TYPE:B 1.8 139.0 85 73/27
2017FBM918 #8 2.77[9'1"] 2 TYPE:C 1.8 142.0 97 77/23
2009FBM803 #3 [8'0"] 2 TYPE:A 1.5 124.5 62 63/37
2009FBM917 #7 [9'1"] 2 TYPE:C 1.8 142.0 93 73/27