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Old 03-17-2012, 02:45 PM
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Default Re: Bamboo and the Salt

Hi Paul,

I would not do what the guy in the picture is showing but then he might just know the limits of his rod. I have an old orvis 8 weight salmon rod that I have hauled in some large and feisty fish with. After a few fish I learned that it was made for big fish and I did not have to worry about anything except landing fish. Whenever I bump into another fly fisherman which is not really too often where I fish, they are always attracted to the cane rod. It's a good conversation starter
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