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Old 04-24-2005, 08:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Bugman

1. How important is it to tape the ferrules (joints) on the rod when spey casting? If one was taking the rod down relatively frequently (e.g. every half-day), would the ferrules have a chance to slip (fatally) during 3-6 hours of casting?
hi mate. It is very important to tape joints at all times, half a day speying is a huge amount of casting. One failure could cost you the catch of a life time. The pressure on the joints when speying should not be under estimated

Experiance on Scottish Dee ,Tweed and Spey has proved this beyond any point in my opinion.

Hope this is of value.

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