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Old 03-09-2012, 03:12 PM
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Default Re: How to make The Braided Connector For Your Welded Loop Spey Line;

Hi John,

If the heads seem stiff don't panic, they get limber with use. If they seem like they would be better in black or gray, use a magic marker and you're good to go. Remember, the longer the butt section the quicker the sink.

I began using this type system for trout in Pennsylvania in or about 1993 - 94. I have no explanation as to why it took so long to adapt it to salmon and steelhead for me. I guess I thought they were different..............

You'll like this,

Ard
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