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TFO Axiom II-X

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Features

  • Blue rod blank really stands out and sets this rod apart.
  • Exclusive Axiom technology embeds a double-helix of Kevlar within the blank.
  • RECOIL guides by REC and ultra-lightweight chromium-impregnated stainless-steel snake guides.
  • TFO’s no-fault lifetime warranty.
  • Incredible tracking and recovery
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The new generation of rods have arrived.
The next generation TFO Axiom II-X’s are here and better then ever! The Axiom II-X was designed for the intermediate to advanced fly angler seeking to maximize accuracy at distance. With Incredible tracking and recovery this rod makes you feel confident at longer cast and in heavier winds. For people with faster-stronger stokes you will notice that there is no mushiness to this rod. Constructed with high modulus carbon fiber and an embedded double-helix of Kevlar within the blank, all finished in a satin sky blue to give this rod a awesome appearance and to “blend” with the sky to avoid spooking fish.

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  1. Question

    Bob

    I own a TFO Lefty Kreh Signature Series II 8 wt. …. How does the Axiom II & Axiom II-X each compare to what I have presently please? Thank you.

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    • Bob Ritz

      Mike . Thank you. The Lefty Kreh was just that, a starter rod. I am interested in moving up to a better rod. I am struggling w/ a shoulder after rotator cuff repair which seems to like being inconsistent and has hindered my casting but I feel I am improving, learning to adjust, and have found an instructor in SW FL w/ a method to help older fisherman who suffer from similar joint hindrances. A friend has the Axiom II-X and touts the rod. Maybe the Axiom II is better suited for me? Right now I am a 50-60 ft. range caster but continue to try and improve the range. I am hopeful I can find shop w/ each model and possibly try out.

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    • Mike P (verified owner)

      Hey, Bob
      So the Axiom II-X is going to be stiffer and needs better timing and power to get distance and precision. The Axiom II is going to be a little more forgiving. A little bit slower and doesn’t need quite the same timing the II-X does. The Axiom II works for you a little more than II-X.

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    • One person found this helpful

      Mike P (verified owner)

      Hi Bob,
      The TFO Lefty Kreh is a great starter rod to learn on. Stepping up to an Axiom II or II-X will big a huge jump. Reduced recoil and the rod not feeling “mushy” for both of the Axiom options is going to be the first big difference. The Axiom II-X is a very fast rod good for big open flats with a lot of wind that you need line speed to help penetrate though. The Axiom II is still a fast action rod but has more feel and is for a little slower and deeper loads while casting. Both are huge improvements over the Lefty Kreh.

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  2. A winner

    John

    Great rod!

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  3. Question

    Mike C

    What’s the difference between the two TFO Amioms? I’m thinking about a 7wt paired with a Lamson reel. Recommendation?

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    • OFFS Mike Mastropasqua

      Both are powerful casting rods. The Axiom II is a little slower than the Axiom II – X. So the Axiom II loads easier, it’s a bit more forgiving, and it has better feel at short to mid range. The Axiom II is the better all around fishing rod, especially sight fishing where the short to mid range cast 30′-50′ is the most important. The Axiom II – X is faster. It is a better tool for generating the line speed for long casts and is more accurate long range 70+ ft. So if you’re doing a lot of sight fishing on the flats or looking for a good all-around rod, go Axiom II. If you’re looking for a rod to make long casts, from the shore, or hitting shorelines, go Axiom II – X. I assume since you’re looking for a 7wt you’re looking for that good all-around rod. Any Lamson reel will do well, the Speedster is my personal favorite for either rod. Hope that helps, email me to go further in depth. [email protected]

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  4. Question

    Derik

    Is it a 2 piece rod

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    • OFFS Mike Mastropasqua

      4 pc

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