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Old 11-04-2013, 01:00 PM
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The Wulff TT is "polarizing" in that it engenders admiration or disdain among those who have used it, little middle ground. Its continuous taper in its forward 30' lays out slow and gentle, yet by the same continuous taper token, loads poorly at short distances as there is little mass out the rods tip top. The energy diminution defined by the continuous taper has a negative effect on in-close, tight looped presentations because of this energy loss. Similarly, and many love this lines shooting head like quality when the full Triangle is aerialized, the rear of the head is the thickest part of the line which drops fairly abruptly to the thin running line which hinges and is ill suited to longer distance mending. I have several friends who are sophisticated anglers who swear by this line in both sweet and salt water, I am not among them.
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