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Old 02-04-2013, 03:39 PM
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Default Re: Spey rods for bass?

I think my description of shoreline vegetation was a little poorly worded. What I mean is that there are trees and bushes very close to the shore, close enough that even a short conventional cast would be difficult. There is not often water vegetation close to shore that would pose problems.

I have my 6wt Diamondback rod which I love, but I'm just feeling more and more constrained to the float tube if I want to fish around here. I enjoy tubing, but don't want to be limited to it in order to catch fish.

I hear a good amount of people going switch for stuff like this, just dont hear of anyone going spey for bass. If your not casting the switch rod one handed, why not?
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