grits and gravy· Registered
I would highly suggest going on a flyfishing class before you buy any equipment. You will be able to try several different rods of various weights and flex. This will help you out when buying a new rod, and if the instructor is very good, you will learn a ton about fly fishing which most people take 5 to 10 years to learn. Where do you plan on fishing? If you fish Beaver Lake tailwaters I would recommend Bill Tenison with White River Angler. His shop is closed right now but is supposed to reopen in the next month. If I remember correctly the class was $200 for two people, and all the equipment and lunch was included.