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Default Re: Fly rod for Nova Scotia fishing

If you are regularly going to be fishing for sea-run trout, I would say a 6wt is probably a minimum, but one that would work reasonably well for smaller inland fish.

Honestly, if its like most everywhere else in North America, you'll need a 5wt to be well-geared for trout, and an 8wt for saltwater, salmon, and possibly pike. I would get one of those based on determining which one you'll use most first, and get the other down the road.
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