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Old 02-04-2013, 03:27 PM
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Default Re: Spey rods for bass?

Another thought was that with the cast that you use with a spey rod requires the line or at least the leader to be "anchored" in the water and when you make your pick-up to begin the cast, the leader is "ripped" from the water like you'd perform a water haul. (not sure what all of this is called)
Anyway, the way that I picture it, any heavy shoreline vegetation would make this very difficult
(unless I'm not understanding the whole concept, which is entirely possible )
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