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Default Re: Economical Premium Reel Advice

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Originally Posted by rawtrout View Post
Waiting for the pics from the guide (he's a professional photographer too so he took the pics).
My guides exact words were "Oh man you lost your cigar" Thankfully it was cold, windy and raining so a little water down the waders wasn't too bad
The advice here was stellar,
I think I may hit the lamson guru that's on sale, but they skip from a 4wt model to a 6wt model, this may be a stupid question but which do i get
for a 5wt.
If I were you, I will get the 6wt. All my reels are over sized for the reason that I can always spool them with heavier lines for future use.
For under $200 it is very hard to beat the US made Guru.
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