Fly rods

P3 Forest

Sporting a lovely brown wrapping combined with burnt orange edging, a black reel seat with wooden spacer, the P4 Forest has a more traditional look.

The P3 blank:

The idea behind the 9'6" P3 was to develop a longer rod which is great for fishing dries and smaller streamers while remains excellent for euro nymph techniques. The P3 is short and agile enough for the countless false casts necessary for dry fly fishing, it has enough backbone for smaller streamers and traditional nymph techniques while being long and sensitive enough for tight line nymphing. The P3 is probably the most versatile light trout and grayling rod in our lineup. With a simple change of leaders you can switch between the two very different worlds of trout fishing while you won’t have to deal with any drop of performance.

All our rods are hand built one at a time and endlessly customizable. Please make an inquiry on availability and on custom options before placing your order.


  • 3 weight, 9'6" length, 4 piece 
  • Rod weight built with Maple spacer: ca. 76 gram (2.68 oz) 
  • Rod weight built with aluminum spacer: ca. 79 gram (2.78 oz)
  • Matte natural finish, medium action blanks 
  • Flor grade half wells grip from Portugal 
  • Lemke Concepts reel seat
  • Black reel seat with zebrawood or matte black aluminum spacer
  • Fuji TORZITE™ stripping guides 
  • Recoil titanium guides
  • Hopkins&Holloway thin wire snake guides as an option 
  • Snake Brand tip tops 
  • Brown wraps with burnt orange edging
  • Cordura or aluminum rod tube
  • Blanks made in Spain, rods built in Hungary 
  • Free worldwide shipping via UPS Express
  • Other reel seat options
  • CCS and MOI data
  • 14 days money back guarantee

699 EUR


"Für mich ist die suche nach der "all in one" derzeit beendet: Stickman P3 macht für mich das rennen."
dr. Thomas Dieterle, Germany

"I’m extremely happy with my P3 and since June last year all my other trout rods are collecting dust :-) It is an amazing rod for both dry flies and tight line nymphing." 
Marcel Opsteegh, The Netherlands