First up is a 7'6" Steffen S-glass model, which is actually rated as a 2 or a 3-wt, but I prefer it with a 3. I might be saying that only because I don't have a 2-wt line to throw with it, but that's beside the point. It is a wonderful 3-wt, so I can't believe I would like it any better with a 2-wt....
|A nice, fat 'gill on the Steffen.|
Next up is my beloved Scott F803/3, an 8' long glass beauty which was only offered in Japan. Next time you head to the Land of the Rising Sun you should try to pick one up...
|A big ol' greenie on the Scott glass.|
My last 3-wt is also a Scott, but it's a rarity in my rod quiver, as it is made out of graphite instead of glass. It's an old G85-3, but it's not a stiff, modern graphite thunderstick. It's a silky smooth early generation graphite, and it's as sweet as can be.
|A cute little bucketmouth on the Scott graphite.|
Those are my Threes. Check out the next installment of my rod prurience (look it up. I did, and it makes sense...) when I write all about my Fours. Look for it soon.
|The Threes, take 2|