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Old 06-16-2013, 09:45 AM
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Default Re: Nymph Rod Action

I also would go with a medium fast blank. One of my all time favorite nymphing/wet fly rods is a Scott G Series 10', 5wt.

Here is something that will assist, in preventing break offs, when using very light tippets...

Frontrangeanglers.com - Shock Tippets

I also use the Roman Moser "Shock Gum Loops", which essentially do the same thing:

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