The Recon First Generation is the result of years of research and development, as well as feedback from anglers who demanded a rod that could provide exceptional accuracy, power, and durability.
One of the key features of the Orvis Recon First Generation is its Helios technology. This technology is derived from the Helios fly rod series, which is known for its exceptional accuracy and power.
The Helios technology allows for the creation of a lightweight rod that is incredibly responsive and provides excellent line control. The Orvis Recon First Generation is available in a range of sizes and weights, so anglers can choose the one that best suits their needs.
The rod is designed to be versatile, so it can be used for a variety of different fishing techniques, including dry fly fishing, nymphing, and streamer fishing. One of the benefits of the Orvis Recon First Generation is its accuracy.
The rod is designed to provide exceptional precision, which is essential for successful fly fishing. The Helios technology of the Recon First Generation allows for a greater degree of control, which means anglers can place their fly exactly where they want it.
The first generation of Orvis Recon fly rods was offered in a range of sizes and weights to meet the needs of different fishing situations and personal preferences.
The rods were available in lengths ranging from 7'6" to 10', and in line weights ranging from 2 to 8. Here's a breakdown of the size and weight options for the first generation of Orvis Recon fly rods:
- 7'6" 2-weight
- 8'4" 3-weight
- 9' 4-weight
- 9' 5-weight
- 9' 6-weight
- 9' 7-weight
- 9' 8-weight
- 10' 4-weight
- 10' 5-weight
- 10' 6-weight
These different sizes and weights offered a range of options for anglers to choose from, depending on their fishing style, target species, and preferred casting distance.