The Micro Skagit category consists of three rods rated to cast 275 grain heads or lower. Their tapers have been designed to pleasantly accommodate both single-handed Spey/Skagit-type casts and two-handed Spey/Skagit-type casts. Whether you’re picking apart small to medium sized rivers on foot swinging soft hackles, throwing big streamers into the bank from a boat, or busting big bushy salmon flies into the teeth of an afternoon breeze, these nifty little hybrid rods should have a permanent place in your quiver. The 9’9” 3wt, 10’4wt, and 10'4" 5wt. all have cigar-style single-welled upper grips and switch-style lower handles. This series also stands apart from others in its class because it's short length enables great overhead casting. This means you could go out and swing streamers in the morning with your skagit head, but also have the option of swapping over to a dry fly line when you see a hatch that needs to be taken advantage of.