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Old 08-17-2007, 02:05 AM
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Default Airflo ridge line?

Have any of you tried the Airflo Ridge line, would you recommend it, I saw a good price online recently and am tempted to buy, any reccomendations would be great.....
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Default Re: Airflo ridge line?

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Have any of you tried the Airflo Ridge line, would you recommend it, I saw a good price online recently and am tempted to buy, any reccomendations would be great.....
I have just purchased a 9wt tropical bonefish and have used it on my Sage TCR but in freshwater only have not tried it on the flats so far is equal to either my RIO or Cortland 444 Tropic plus...but my primary purpose was to test its characterisitcs in the wind for my casting style with the TCR

as for pricing as you sure it's ridge and not their previous "model"??
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Old 08-17-2007, 02:38 PM
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Default Re: Airflo ridge line?

iv got a wf #5 its ok on a large arbor reel and it needs cleaning after every time you use it
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Default Re: Airflo ridge line?

Hmmm. I just loaded a reel with WF Floating for a 6wt TFO TiCr Very Fast Action with the line you
mention. I'm impressed. Really easy to cast, shoot, haul. Sheds water nicely on the cast, lays down nice and comes through the water seamlessly.

I'm always wearing a 'nylon' strip sock on my right middle finger and the
line stays pretty clean. I did notice that a couple of waters I fish leave
a sticky residue on the line that's quite noticeable the next day, but it soon
cleans up after a few roll casts.
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