Thread: Nymphing Line?
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Old 09-06-2013, 04:28 PM
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Default Re: Nymphing Line?

In my mind, a fast rod means long casting. Slow rods = graceful close range work and can handle distances to a degree. I fished the past few days with a stiff 7 weight using a SA 7 weight DT. With that I threw 4" sculpins with a Fish Skull head on them from 15' to 60' with no worries over what the line was....................... I just adapt the cast strok to suit the situation.
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