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Old 12-17-2010, 12:48 AM
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Default Re: Tippets? Mono or fluerocarbon?

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Originally Posted by Frank Whiton View Post
Hi Everyone,

I use mostly mono but carry some fluro also. I agree with fishngolf16 that different circumstances may require mono or fluero. I like Frog Hair and have never had any break as stated by dang old king. The down side to Frog Hair is its price but I think it is worth the extra cost.

When using mono for dry fly fishing the last few inches next to the fly should sink. At least that is what I prefer.

Frank
Like Frank said. I too have never had any problems with my preferred tippet, Frogs Hair, unlike what Dang Old King experienced. And also like Frank, the last few inches of tippet next to a dry should sink for a better presentation.
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