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Old 05-04-2013, 12:18 AM
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Default Re: Trout Switch/Spey Results

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Originally Posted by Diver Dan View Post
Welcome to the forum throwit. When I first started using two handers, my single hand rods did the same thing. Gathered dust.

I have gotten back to where I use the single handers a bit more, but still use the two handers way more often. They are more fun, work better for many things, especially big water. I don't get tennis elbow every year anymore.

The better at it you become, the more fun they are.
Had to laugh when I read this. Seldom use a 1hander, but when I do they're usually 'spey cast.' The rod don't know, the line don't know, the fish don't know. Well, lets skip the last .......roll eyes here.
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