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Winston Boron III Spey Rods
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3ATH0611004S Winston Boron III Spey Rod - 11'0" 6WT
3ATH0611064S Winston Boron III Spey Rod - 11'6" 6WT
3ATH0612064S Winston Boron III Spey Rod - 12'6" 6WT
3ATH0712094S Winston Boron III Spey Rod - 12'9" 7WT
3ATH0713034S Winston Boron III Spey Rod - 13'3" 7WT
3ATH0813064S Winston Boron III Spey Rod - 13'6" 8WT
3ATH0814004S Winston Boron III Spey Rod - 14'0" 8WT
3ATH0915004S Winston Boron III Spey Rod - 15'0" 9WT
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Winston Boron III TH Spey Rods

The Boron III TH series was designed with input from some of the finest spey casters in the world and successfully builds on Winston’s two-handed tradition of handcrafting perfectly balanced, responsive, high-performance rods. Built with advanced Boron III technology, this series is more powerful, more responsive, smoother casting and has faster recovery than the incredibly popular Boron IIx two-handed series it replaces. This rod is also lightweight and allows an angler to present a fly with incredible accuracy and cast long distances, with ease. The Boron III TH is the ideal selection for any style of two-handed angling and can easily transition between Touch-and-Go, Underhand and Sustained Anchor techniques. No matter if you’re fishing Traditional Spey, Skagit, Scandi or Switch lines, this series will meet the challenge. Offering extraordinary power, responsiveness and accuracy, the Boron III TH is perfectly balanced to enhance line delivery and minimize fatigue. This series has unquestionably set a new standard in the world of two-handed rods.

Read a review on the Winston Boron III-TH 7129-4 by Roger Shearer

Winston Boron III-TH Spey Rods feature:

  • Ideal selection for any style of two-handed angling
  • Built with advanced Boron III technology, resulting in a fast action rod that is extremely lightweight, powerful, lively and capable of generating incredible line speed
  • More powerful, more responsive, smoother casting and has faster recovery than the incredibly popular Boron IIx two-handed series it replaces
  • Strong and dependable
  • Proprietary design that promotes effortless long casts, accurate presentations and reserved power for big flies and windy days
  • Unmatched lifting power and fish fighting capabilities
  • Well-balanced to enhance line delivery and limit casting fatigue
  • Winston designed grip to support infinite hand placement with any casting style
  • Handcrafted in Twin Bridges, Montana USA

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
13'3" 7 Weight May 22, 2014
Reviewer: Asher Kole from ,  
“Over the last few years I have cast a multitude of different two handed rods and have always come back to my trusty green sticks. When I held the new 7133 I immediately noticed the handle shape. I have always liked the smaller and streamlined cork that Winston uses. It just feels comfortable and ergonomic in the palm and makes clutching a 13’3’’ rod much nicer during that 7th hour casting and waiting for the tug. The overall weight and notably the distribution of that weight in the 7133 is interesting. It feels substantial in the bottom section, which I really noticed helped keep my stroke compact and consistent. The rod tracks well during the cast and allows the bottom hand to freely find leverage on the forward stroke.

I have a fair amount of experience with the cult favorite 7133 BIIX and was worried that the BIIITH wouldn’t hold its own next to its older sibling. I loved the BIIX for its versatility to seamlessly switch from shooting-head lines to mid-bellies and longer traditional lines. The BIIITH follows along with a modern feel of power and punch. The BIIITH is substantially faster than its predecessor, which has added length to my casts as well as accuracy.

The rod fights fish well. I wish it had a slightly slower mid-section and tip for those tender and subtle eats and hook sets, but once the fish is connected the rod stays in line and moves with the fishes fight. The stout butt section of the BIIITH helps when landing fish in fast current, battling through crosswinds and putting the wood to bulldogging chromers.

Everyone knows Winston has always made great fly rods. In my opinion there are very few companies making single handed and two handed rods like they used too. The movement towards super fast rods had me worried that my favorite rod companies would soon follow suit. Winston has struck a great compromise with the BIIITH. The rods are not only modern and powerful, but they maintain the feel, flex and soul that green sticks have always been famous for."

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
12'9" 7 Weight May 22, 2014
Reviewer: Dave McCoy from ,  
"I have long been a fan of Winston rods both single and two handed. When the B2x and B2Mx two hand rods came out, I didn't imagine that anyone could produce a finer rod than these and then the BIIITH came out...HOLY CRAP! Every single thing about these new rods and in particular the 12'9" 7wt. are a step above what I already considered to be as good as they could get, can't get enough of them.

I love the diameter of the grip, I feel as though smaller grips allow for a better connection to the rod and with these super smooth casting tips and mid sections, you want to feel how this stick casts, it is that nice. While capable of being quite supple it also can be a work-horse rod, powering out big heads, heavy tips and weighted flies without problem. Length on this rod is also fabulous, just long enough to provide the benefits of the long rod for line management purposes but short and light enough to not fatigue your arm while holding it up to control the swing. For me, I really look for rods both for myself and my clients that enable them to use less energy to get more from the rod. Winston has always been the master of building their sticks to accomplish just this and without question this new mid-sized two hander embodies everything Winston has ever intended for their fly rods to be and more. It would be foolish not to consider this rod if you are in the market, there simply is not a stick on the market that allows such versatility and maintains the effortless feel at any distance."

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Lightest spey May 22, 2014
Reviewer: James P. from California  
I owned two different B2 Spey rods and when the B3 came out I was wondering what could possibly be better... The B3 is most definitely better! Lighter, faster, the list goes on and on. Dont get me wrong I am still partial to my Boron 2s but when I am out to get the job done and catch some fish I pack my new Boron 3 7133!

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