The all new range of Shooting Star premium salmon rods are light, well balanced and responsive and their smooth progressive action makes them very easy to use. These have been designed with input from Scandinavian anglers who like to use shooting heads. Tested with the Orvis Spey lines, they performed exceptionally well and they are sure to become favourites with discerning salmon anglers no matter what casting style is preferred.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Shooting Star 10-weight 15' Spey Rod
"I got this to replace a 3 piece Kola B&W and was a bit nervous it wouldn't cut it but I wanted a matt rod. I had held off a review until I had caught a fish. I use it with an older WF10 sink tip Silver Label line and it casts it full length plus a bit (30 yard line) and is accurate. Overhead and spey casts fine. Only down side is the lower cork handle might require filling after another season."
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Review 2 for Shooting Star 10-weight 15' Spey Rod
The Shooting star is a very nice rod,
May 5, 2012
from Fife, Scotland.
"After my power matrix 15 footer got smashed. Orvis replaced it with the fifteen foot Shooting star. I had been a ghillie on the north west of Scotland for 10yrs and my power matrix played, lost and landed a lot of fish, and it is amazing how you get used to a rod. i dont ghillie anymore so I only get the odd couple of days a season to fish due to business, I took a couple of day's on the river Nairn last July first time out with the new Shooting Star not knowing how it would perform I was a little hesitant, but after the first cast I new I was on to a winner, it performed fantastically, it put the fly where I wanted it, first day and I hooked and landed a very nice 12lb salmon the rod is a pleasure to use light,strong and it won't give you sore back or shoulder's, can't wait for my couple of day's this year. I think it's that good i am looking at the 13 footer for the smaller Scottish rivers. All I can say is well done Orvis."