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Old 05-09-2012, 12:30 AM
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Default Re: What is considered a far cast?

Hi Coop,

With my 7' 9" 5 weight I can execute 75 - 80 foot with good accuracy and a respectable landing of a dry fly. This is done without any calisthenics and with relative ease, I consider that far. I have a 9' PM-10 5 weight that I can reach a little farther with but I believe the longer rod requires a tad more effort from me if I want to top 80.

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