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Old 11-10-2012, 10:12 AM
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Default Re: Spey Line recommendation?

"You would probably enjoy yourself more with a nine foot rod and a 30 foot head."-----Dennis

Well Dennis, I have that on order also.

I can always hold off on consideration of the Spey Rod. I got it for 100 bucks, so no big deal.

So you are saying that I can use a a 9 weight (or 10) and some sort of.....
(shooting head?) or something like that?

This is good advice, and I appreciate it.

Perhaps, I can use the Spey Rod wading in shallows then; but I definitely want this float tube.

In some of the reservoirs, access from land is impossible, involving hauling large amounts of gear for a mile or so, just to get to where wading can be done.

I will continue looking into both then, with an emphasis on the 9 wt/10 wt class of rod. Thank you!

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