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Old 12-21-2013, 07:44 AM
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Default Re: How do you know if a line is too heavy for a rod?

Hey Ray,

ctshooter's suggestion is on the money, the Common Cents system will help you figure out which kind of line to pair with your rod. Other than that, it's probably trial and error. If you're getting up into 7wt or 8wt for a pairing, then you might just have yourself a good lake/pond fisher for smallies and even steelhead

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