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Default Re: Spey/Switch Rods and Target Fish

I'm a rank amateur at the Spey game, only playing once so far and that being for Steelhead on the Salmon River(Idaho).
I am however seeing some other applications like those big toads that sit around the boulders in the middle of a wide, deep run that is otherwise unreachable without a boat, or places where a long cast is needed but you have little to no room for a backcast.

Maybe Carp on those large expansive flats on the Snake river above and below American Falls Reservoir.

#1 choice will be for chasing Steelhead on the Salmon and Clearwater Rivers, perhaps someday making a jaunt to the PNW or Alaska.
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