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Old 03-12-2014, 08:34 PM
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Default Re: Line for an 8wt vintage glass...

I have quite a few of the old 333 lines, but I bought them back before they made things more complicated than they needed to be.
Most of the those that I have left are full sinking and intermediates. One is an 8wt bass taper, three are sinktips
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My 444 lines are all lower weight DT lines (3,4,5wt) except for a WF9F. That one I use a lot, a real lot, and on an 8wt rod.
That one has 6" cut from the front taper to make it easier to cast larger flies
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