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Old 05-10-2009, 11:35 AM
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Default Re: Lines for Spey casting

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Originally Posted by reckless View Post
Hi Guy,s. I am new to Spey casting and was wondering what is recommended for casting with a spey rod. Is there a spey line if so what is the benefits.
This question suggests that you're really in the infancy of your spey curiosity, in which case you should really take a clinic... it's not just another 'flavor' of fly fishing, it's a whole new gig. If you live in the Northeast... Check with W.S. Hunter in Concord NH, they are doing a clinic with Jim Rusher next weekend - and it's a miracle (or the economy) that there are spots left. Jim is the best, and Mike does a good job facilitating the clinics with equipment, lunch, etc.

W.S. Hunter Fly Fishing Outfitters

Have fun, it opens up a lot for your one handed line management techniques as well.

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