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Old 01-05-2009, 12:08 PM
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Default Re: Larger or smaller....

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Originally Posted by BigCliff View Post
I think a small shooting guide (nearest the cork) is going to function as a bottleneck, because you are going to have some rippling and such as the line shoots through.
I agree.

I have my favorite rod a older Loomis 9', 4wt, 2 pc, that needs to be rewrapped this Winter, I'm thinking that I will go with the smaller snake foot guides.

Another thing I will do with this rod is to 'Static Test' the guides for placement, up to this point I have always trusted that the spacing chart from the manufacturer was the way to go, kinda questioning that now after reading the 'Static Test' thread.
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