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Old 02-01-2008, 11:58 AM
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What do you guys think about the Airflo saltwater lines? Like the Bonefish, Tarpon, and GT lines?
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Old 02-01-2008, 01:00 PM
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I like the new ridge lines--they cast great--have them on an 8, 9 & 12.
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Same here. It's the only line I've used that I like as much as the line I've used for more than ten years---the Monic Tropical Opaque. The Monic probably has a very slight edge in winds above 15 knots, but otherwise I like them both.
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For many of us Tim Rajeff has become more than just a flyfishing rock star - but a friend. His incessant pursuit of perfection in what he does comes through in his lines, his rods and his casting.

The airflo lines have been cutting new paths for as long as I can remember. The 'slime' lines brought stealth into the wading angler's arsenal. The Delta Spey lines put casting into cruise control. Recently the beach casting lines responded to what is rapidly turning out to be a new niche, certainly more than just a fad and Rajeff was in the zone.

We're lucky to have great line companies who are so responsive!
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Wow Juro, that sold me on Airflo!

Thanks for the response guys. I'm thinking of putting the tarpon or GT Ridge lines on my 11wt...
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