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Default Re: Question about Rio Outbound Integretted Shooting Taper line

TPCollins,
Without knowing what brand of line and configuration you are currently using it's difficult to know if the front 30' feet is the same weight although I would say they are probably reasonably close.
If you know what type it is then I would recommend going to the RIO site and this brands site and compare taper configuration and weights.

You should have no issues keeping 30' or more in the air.
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