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    M-SERIES SPEY FLY FISHING ROD | Spey casting and spey fishing requires a dedication to spending countless hours on the water, often times to come up empty handed or with just a few takes. They say the tug is the drug. When that tug comes, you need a rod that can handle the task. The M-series Spey fly fishing rod is that rod. By utilizing a uniquely designed blank similar to the ever popular M-series Switch Rods, the M-Spey blank is constructed with a high modulus carbon fiber materiel that will allow you enough lifting power to conquer those tough to reach places yet provide enough cushion to absorb the shock of a charging trout or salmon. The upper and lower grip are constructed of premium grade Portuguese cork in natural rings. The reel seat is titanium TiCH colored and features an extended barrel and down locking rings to allow your prized vintage reel the necessary space to secure tightly. Mystic’s heritage of delivering value and performance continues with the M-Spey fly fishing rods.

    Single spey? Double spey? Skagit? Or, a dynamic Snap T? Whatever your casting preference the Mystic M-Spey is the spey fly fishing rod of choice.

    Spey rod fishing began with salmon fly rods in Scotland but it’s a great technique for battling trout and steelhead too. Cast after cast, hour after hour, and then comes the tug. Do you have the rod to handle it? This is when you can rely on the performance of Mystic spey fly fishing rods in the M-Spey series.

    Although spey casting can be done with a single handed rod, control of the dynamic roll cast when you are changing direction to loop the fly line across the water is better accomplished with double-handed fly rods.The Mystic team designed rods to meet the challenges of river spey fishing. The latest technology, premium materials, superb craftsmanship and thorough field testing proved the worth of the M-Spey series of double-handed fly rods.

    Spey Rod Features

    The Mystic M-series Spey carbon fiber fly rod showcases quality materials and well-designed components with the details unique for spey fishing. Whether they are being used as salmon fishing rods in Alaska, for steelhead on the rivers in Michigan or for trout in Colorado, the M-Spey rods feature:

    • Perfectly balanced blank constructed from a high modulus carbon fiber
    • Double-handed fly rod upper and lower grip constructed of premium grade Portuguese cork in natural rings
    • 7-weight line on 12’3” rod or 8-weight line on 13’3” rod
    • Medium to fast action
    • Titanium reel seat with an extended barrel and down locking rings
    • Titanium stripping guides
    • Lightweight stainless steel snake guides
    • Alignment dots


    Whether you are just being introduced to spey fishing or are a seasoned angler, you will appreciate the benefits of the Mystic M-Spey double-handed fly rods:

    • Exceptional, reliable lifting power to reach those difficult spots
    • Sufficient cushion to absorb the shock of a large charging trout or salmon
    • Covers a great expanse of water, at any depth, both upstream and downstream
    • Makes for easy fishing in places with overhangs or brushy banks
    • Smooth line flow through stripping and snake guides
    • Length of rod is more effective for mending the line and controlling the fly on the swing in currents
    • Safer for the angler in a strong wind as the fly can be positioned in front and on the downwind side
    • Able to use vintage reels in the unique down locking reel seat with extended body
    • Able to accommodate personal preference for line weight and size of flies on the one rod

    Check out the specs below for considering a spey rod in place of, or in addition to your usual trout or salmon fly rods. A Mystic M-Spey series double-handed fly rod is an investment in your passion for excellence in fishing!

    All rods come with a Lifetime Warranty


    M-7123-4 4 PIECE  7 12′ 3″ Medium/Fast $599.00
    M-8133-4 4 PIECE  8 13′ 3″