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Old 05-06-2011, 01:56 PM
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Default Re: Broken Fly Line

zzad - If the line was really fairly new, and if it broke at a point "other" than where it was caught on the rocks; you should contact Rio about potentially getting a replacement for a defective flyline. So what I mean is if the flyline was caught in the first couple of feet, but it broke off further up the flyline at the 10ft point, you may have a line defect issue. You chould contact Rio and ask - I have had them replace lines before when they break fsirly quickly or too easily. Cannot hurt to ask, all they can do is say No- give them a call or send an email.
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