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03-10-2005 11:46 AM
BN2FSH
What is an XT?

I don't see it on the Teeny website.
03-10-2005 05:12 AM
Greg Pavlov I first used a T300 but later bought whatever XT was closest to it. I found the XT easier to cast simply because the extra length slowed things down just a bit: the T300 loaded the rod very quickly. The TS seems to be somewhere between these two.
03-08-2005 11:39 AM
BN2FSH
Teeny T vs TS

I am considering buying a Teeny T-200 and a T-400 or the TS 250 and 450 for a trip to East Cape, north of Cabo, Mexico for saltwater flyfishing. Any comments on the relative merits of the T series vs the TS series of lines? Is one easier to cast than the other? The lighter line is for onshore and the heavier for offshore. Thanks for the input!

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