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Old 08-15-2007, 11:55 AM
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Default Re: casting a 5wt?

Hi tbrillinger223,

How goes the Snook fishing. Did you ever get out again?

Are you going to be fishing Saltwater or are you doing some trout fishing? I am going to assume you are trout fishing. You will find that your normal casting stroke will do just fine just throttle back a bit. You won't have to be doing a lot of double hauls like you are use to for saltwater. Downsize your tippets and have at it. You will have a lot of line mending and line control that you don't have to worry about with saltwater.
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