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Old 09-26-2006, 09:00 AM
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Default Re: Match rod with reel

In fast shallow water you probably will be better off with split shot than with a sinking line, assuming this fast shallow stream is also not very wide, as they tend to be. You'll probably want some strike indicators as well, as they make it much easier to see when the fish hits. You'll probably want to get soem of the largest indicators out there, as strike indicators in general are made for trout fishing, rather than throwing salmon size flies and loads of shot.
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