Trout in drift fishing seems at first sight relatively simple, even simplistic. The equipment is indeed reduced to its simplest expression: line, weights and a hook or a leaded nymph. In reality, it is one of the most complex trout fisheries where the angler must constantly adapt his lead, his bait and his line to each position he encounters. The action of fishing consists in picking out each vein of water by leading his line in order to present his bait, carried by the current, in the most natural way possible. The touch is manifested by a simple slowdown or stop in the drift and spontaneity and concentration are required. This type of fishing requires adapted equipment to optimize the casting and the line control while offering an optimal resonance and progressiveness.
We offer 3 very different handle kits.
It's your fishing habits and the way you handle your rod that will determine your choice of handle.