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Old 08-26-2009, 10:14 PM
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Sasha, your 000 wt would do fine. What I found was my 6' 2 wt could have been 7 or 8' long. I did fish one day with my 8' 4 wt and it worked great for the dabbling I was doing. There was also plenty of room to cast when necessary.
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Sasha, your 000 wt would do fine. What I found was my 6' 2 wt could have been 7 or 8' long. I did fish one day with my 8' 4 wt and it worked great for the dabbling I was doing. There was also plenty of room to cast when necessary.
Sounds like my kind of place
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