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Default Re: Frustrating time casting my new rod

Redington was bought by Sage. Sage has a tendancy to underrate their rods and I assume Redington does as well.

Underlining a rod is a good way to gain distance, but not real good for a lot of beginners. What I would suggest is testing your rod to see what it really is and then try a line that is more suited for the rod and your skill level.

Save the WF8F for a point in the future when you become a better caster.

Here's how to test the rod. Rod weights and Common Cents
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