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Old 09-02-2010, 07:49 PM
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Default Re: Straight mono on a large arbor fly reel

Hi Spaceghost,
Some Northern California fly fishermen are drift fishing with their switch rods. Instead of a fly reel, they use a centerpin reel with the corresponding drift fishing monofilament. It may be an option for you. If you learn how to drift (or float or centerpin) fish, you can catch fish very effectively.

Check out the Ross Flow centerpin reel.

You can find centerpin reels from Okuma and Islander, too.

MP
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