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Old 02-18-2013, 11:24 AM
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Default Re: Odd or even number rods?

To get to the point, both. I started with a 590 and then got a 7 for Steelhead, then went down to 4's & 3's. For trout, I use the lightest wt line I can get away with given the the type of stream I'm fishing and conditions that day. Since I have found myself mostly fish spring creeks for smaller fish, I tend to stick to 3's and 4's.

My quiver is pretty much a 2 trick pony for steelhead, either a 6wt switch or a 7wt single hand rod. I need to expand on the larger sticks.
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