Winston Boron 3 Plus Fly Rods

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Winston is putting the Peddle to the metal with the new B3 Plus

Winston has built its reputation on finesse. When you think about perfect presentations and silky smooth actions, you think of Winston, and rightly so. This year they’re breaking out with something new. The B3 Plus was designed to give you all of the Winston feel you’re used to in a more authoritative rod. 
The B3 Plus is stronger, for fighting tough species like tarpon, golden dorado and peacock bass. It’s also made to be a cannon with faster action and new guides that shoot line more effectively. It’s available in 6-12 weight for saltwater / 5&6 weight freshwater and the 8&9 weight 8’9″ and 9′ Jungle Rods

Johnny Spillane gets all the details in this video. 

Louis Cahill
Gink & Gasoline
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3 thoughts on “Winston Boron 3 Plus Fly Rods

  1. My bonefish rod is a Winston, strictly for its lightness of dropping the fly, and accuracy. I just can’t wrap my mind around a fast Winston.

  2. I have always been able to feel when the rod loads to the boron in the B3 series and it creates a very chunky feel in my opinion. I am wondering if this rod is the same? If you don’t feel it on the other B3 rods, then it would be hard to answer I suppose.

  3. bought a Winston B3sx 9′ 9 wt. last year and sold it.. my redington predator and vapen rods outcast it- in close, mid range and long distance. that rod was missing something. it just didn’t feel or perform all that well, IMHO. BTW, I own other rods besides redington and can cast 90+ feet with a 6 wt I know a little bit about how to cast and test a fly rod.I hope the B3 pus rods are much better.

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