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  1. There is a few small groups of two-handed spey rod fisherman fishing the surf, inlet and intercoastal and Florida and it seems to be growing. There is a guy in Orlando, Florida named John Grasta who is from New York and did a lot of fly and spinning fishing there when he was younger. Now he is hard core into 2 handed spey and is making a wave down here. They have been going to Sebastian Inlet every weekend fishing the North side. Their group is growing the style of fishing and I think it will become more popular in the future with them pushing it. He had me build him a Sage Igniter 10150-4 15' 4 piece rod. It was my first fly or spey rod and it urned out very clean. He prefers eva to cork because of the way you can hold the fly line when fighting a fish in saltwater and has had me switch his other spey rods to eva.
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