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Default Re: Lines for Spey casting

There are indeed special lines for Spey casting, and also for different forms of spey casting: Scandi, Skagit, Traditional. To be honest, the issue of lines for spey casting/rods might be the one thing in this sport more complicated than knowing exactly what bugs trout eat.

This chart is a bit outdated, but the best resource I know of for pairing spey lines with spey rods-

http://www.rajeffsports.com/modules/webspeychart.htm
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