Swinging with the Scott T3H - A commercial for Scott rods, but nicely filmed and a good little video. The all new T3h two handed and switch rods by Scott Fly Rod Company were put to the test in upper and lower michigan. Brad Petzke, Kevin Feenstra, and Jon Ray all on the Scott Rod Pro Staff put these rods through the riggers of fall and winter steelhead fishing. They found out how easy it was to form tight flat loops and reach far off lies. Whether you like to skate or dredge there is a T3h optimized for your two handed fishing. They say they finally found a rod with a soul. Music by Dan & The Wildfire - Mexico (Instrumental) - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
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Swinging with the Scott T3H

A commercial for Scott rods, but nicely filmed and a good little video.
The all new T3h two handed and switch rods by Scott Fly Rod Company were put to the test in upper and lower michigan. Brad Petzke, Kevin Feenstra, and Jon Ray all on the Scott Rod Pro Staff put these rods through the riggers of fall and winter steelhead fishing. They found out how easy it was to form tight flat loops and reach far off lies. Whether you like to skate or dredge there is a T3h optimized for your two handed fishing. They say they finally found a rod with a soul.
Music by Dan & The Wildfire - Mexico (Instrumental)

Originator: 
Mangled Fly Media
Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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