Made with Graphene
  • 13' 2" - #7-weight - New G2 Series
  • Comes with a hard case and a rod sock
  • The most popular steelhead rod we currently sell.
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Price: $695.00
    Points to Purchase:69500


    Beulah G2 Platinum 7132 Spey Rod

    Widely considered one of the all time great 7 wt steelhead spey rods, the Beulah flagship 7132 has proven to be the one Spey rod to get if you think you are only going to get one? Yes, you can (finally they are here) . The addiction for steelhead fishing is strong, and this rod will help you enjoy all aspects of chasing steelhead. Able to cast Scandi and Skagit heads, as well as longer modern mid-belly Spey lines, this is the rod that does it all.

    The Beulah Platinum G2 Series rods are constructed using state of the art Graphene material, AAAA Cork grips with burl inlays, wood burl insert on reel seats, solid titanium stripper guides, and industries finest Snake brand* guides.

    Scandi: 450-480 grains (current favorite: 450 RIO Scandi Short)
    500-525 grains (current favorite: 510 Airflo Skagit Driver)

    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:
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    Just What I Was Looking For

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    The Beulah 7wt 13'2" G2 Platinum rod is exactly what I was looking for.
    I own 4 spey rods. They are all quality rods but this rod stands out from the group. I like rods that are light in the hand. This 7wt Beulah goes into another gear when your bottom hand is in charge of the cast. I also like how the length and lightness of the rod helps you fine tune your anchor placement. I am more precise with my up stream anchor placement for my perry poke cast .It is fun to cast this rod as its power surprises you.


    7 weight 13' 2" Beulah G2 Platinum Spey Rod

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    This is, bar none, my favorite Spey rod now. It's light in hand, and casts more easily than anything else I've tried, and I've tried (and own) a lot of Spey rods. Precise and effortless anchor placement and long, straight tight-looped casts--what's not to like? It's also a beautiful rod to look at, dark blue, with quality guides and a top-drawer burled reel seat. You can pay more (and I have) but this rod stands with the best.