The Scott L2H is the most well-designed two handed fly rod on the market that costs less than $700. In designing this group of rods, Jimmy Bartschi chose materials and tapers specifically for today’s casting techniques with short-headed Spey lines. You’ll notice right away that L2H rods feel light in the hand and particularly nimble in manipulating the line for Scandi and Skagit style casting. Terrific torsional stability results in efficient energy transfer, the key to double-handed casting. L2H rods are fitted with unusually high-quality components for rods in this price range. Grips are made from Super quality cork, reel seats are TiCh coated with self-aligning hoods and the TiCh stripping guides have SiC inserts. You’ll never doubt your choice in fishing a Scott L2H double hander.
Here in Colorado, many local anglers have acquired an L2H for their transition to 2-handed fishing. Both switch and Spey models are as useful on Rocky Mountain rivers as they are on the salmon and steelhead rivers for which they were originally designed.