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Old 02-19-2013, 10:43 AM
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Default Re: Spey weight for largemouth

Going by your posts here and the other site it seems you a dead set on a spey, but I suggest you try out a spey "loaner" under the conditions you plan to use it to see if it even makes sense. That's alot of coin to drop between rod/reel/line and so on and to find out, despite good advice on both boards, that it might not be the best tool for the job. Which is also why learning to single hand spey cast makes even more sense. And no offense to the shop guys but just because some shop has a certain rod in stock doesn't mean they are proficient in how to use it, where as the folks here and the other forum have been fishing speys and switch rods long before their popularity hit the level its at now.
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