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Old 03-09-2013, 09:22 PM
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Default Re: Cortland Trout BOSS Fly Line

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Originally Posted by burk48237 View Post
The issue you have is the rod not the line. The Trout Boss is a true to size line. A Sage XP fishes (especially loading in close) better with an oversized line. The reason you can't feel it load in close is you have to have more of the line out to load that faster rod. They Sage XP's were cannons, but in close they needed to be over-lined to load up. A lot of the competitors lines and a few of our lines are either oversized or have short heads. Those lines perform better with an XP. I suspect the Cortland Western Drifter (1/2 size heavier ) would load that rod nicely, as would a Rio Grand or SA GPX.
You may well have a 'BINGO' going here. Dear God, another eighty bucks 'on line.' Bad pun intended. OK, Ive the 'bucks,' what rod would you suggest for short casting with this line?
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