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Old 04-14-2010, 12:23 PM
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Nice job Sasha! Careful there, steelies can change everything, bad as heroin I hear!
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Ok I just re-read the thread and noticed I forgot to answer a few of the questions. It looks like the "LDR" question was answered (although just to clarify a LDR is not the same as breaking off). I was fishing an 8wt St. Croix Ultra (not mine). The river......well it is no secret, however I am not one to post river/stream names on the internet.


I was thinking about getting a single hand 7wt for the future. Now I think I am going to go with a 7 or 8wt spey rod.
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Ok I just re-read the thread and noticed I forgot to answer a few of the questions. It looks like the "LDR" question was answered (although just to clarify a LDR is not the same as breaking off). I was fishing an 8wt St. Croix Ultra (not mine). The river......well it is no secret, however I am not one to post river/stream names on the internet.


I was thinking about getting a single hand 7wt for the future. Now I think I am going to go with a 7 or 8wt spey rod.
Sasha: Keep us posted on what you decided to go with and how you like the way it fishes for the steelies!

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