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Old 07-15-2006, 08:34 PM
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Question Frog Hair Running Line

Interested in hearing any reports on the Frog Hair Running Line. I have their 58# and have found it a little difficult to keep it from slipping when final fwd cast is made. Seems to be pretty good about no tangles in the basket, especially in warm temps, and really flies when the cast is right, at least for me. Any comments from other users?

Pete
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