Fly rods

T10s Deep Blue


The Deep Blue is a bit more colorful choice compared to the Stealth. The sky blue wraps and the black edging give the rod a unique modern look.

The T10s blank:

Saltwater can be tough. Aggressive fish, heavy winds, rocky reefs and strong waves all call for a bit more muscle. After a long testing period we decided to beef up the T10 slightly to build a rod which can put a bit more pressure on the fish during the fight while maintaining the exact same action. The use of different materials made this possible. The T10s is only slightly heavier than the T10, casts just as sweet and is probably still the 2nd lightest 10 weight rod on the market. 

If you feel like you need a bit of extra security while having the lightest possible 10 weight in your hands, the T10s is your rod.

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.

Features


  • 10 weight, 9' length, 4 piece
  • Rod weight: ca. 110 gram (3.88 oz)
  • Matte natural finish, fast action blanks
  • Flor grade full wells grip from Portugal
  • Lemke Concepts reel seat
  • Smoke reel seat with black aluminum spacer 
  • Black reel seat with blue aluminum spacer 
  • Fuji TORZITE™ stripping guides
  • Hopkins&Holloway thin wire single leg guides
  • Hopkins&Holloway thin wire snake guides as an option
  • Recoil titanium guides as an option
  • Hopkins&Holloway tip tops
  • Sky blue wraps with black edging
  • Cordura or aluminum rod tube
  • Blanks made in Spain, rods built in Hungary
  • Free worldwide shipping via UPS Express
  • Other reel seat options
  • 14 days money back guarantee
  • CCS and MOI data

699 EUR

Reviews

"Both the T8 and T10S are an absolute pleasure to fish with. I found both to be extremely light in hand. They both performed very well close in when short casts had to be made: I expected that of the T8 but I was particularly impressed at the touch the T10S showed with little line out. When it comes to making longer casts both rods have a ton of backbone to get the line out, and also to deal with a long pick up and re-cast. I had a Rio Bonefish 8 wt line on the T8 and a Rio Permit 10 wt line on the T10S. At no point did I feel like either rod was overloaded and struggling. I couldn’t be happier with them."

Alan Brydie, Canada