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Old 11-06-2010, 11:55 AM
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Default Re: Fly line color question

We had a lengthy discussion about this subject last year. Suffice to say there was a difference of opinions
I happen to think that it makes a great deal of difference

I see from another post that you're a newbie and will be fishing for pan fish. I would think your major concern when choosing a line color would not so much be spooking fish, but picking a color that could aid you skill wise
In other words, a bright colored line that you'd be able to see clearly as you practice casting and can follow well on the water.
Yellow, chartreuse, red....
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