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Old 01-23-2004, 12:00 PM
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Using Rio fly line vs. airflo fly line

I'm ne wto the sport of saltwater fly fishing and am in the process of purchasing my gear. I have a 9wt. templefork fly rod(Ticr series), and a lamson velocity 4 reel. I am debating whether to buy airflo's cold intermediate WF line or Rio WF intermediate. I would appreciate any suggestions and to know if anyone prefers one over the other. Thank you
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