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02-05-2001 03:13 PM
juro
RE:6 Wt. Line

Terry -

Luis' recommendation will give you exceptional roll casting and distance with lots of aerialized line for stillwater which is a plus around the northeast. Long belly lines will also improve that as well while requiring a little less line in the air. Short compact heads give you more bite into wind and popper punching power. The standard FWF is an all-around design.

I would imagine that for bass fishing you might consider a bug taper, and for trout something with a more gradual taper?

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02-05-2001 02:07 PM
trutta
RE:6 Wt. Line

Terry:
I like the Wulff Triangle Taper. You would need a 6/7 for a 6 weight unless they've changed their nomenclature lately.
02-05-2001 01:09 PM
Lefty
6 Wt. Line

I haven't bought a trout line in years. Anyone suggest a good all around 6 wt. line for my new Sage DS-2? Floating that is.

Terry

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