Originally Posted by fishingd0
I would opt away from manufacturers tip lines.
With regards to a line to suit this method, I would use one with a fairly thick front taper. i.e. a Mastery xlt or a rio accelerator if you can get a hold of one.
The presentation of a brick. I think the XLT would need cut back to turn anything over.
I tend to agree with all that has been written before excepting the above.
Get some casting lessons from a long bellied caster not someone who teaches with a windcutter or Loop line once you have learnt to Speycast you can start messing with specialist lines.
If you want depth you should buy a sinker or two of various sink rates tips are terrible things to cast and fish with.