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Old 11-15-2010, 12:27 PM
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Default Rio Outbound Intermediate Type 3

Have any of you fished this line? I'm needing a sinking line for my 8wt, most of the fishing is in tailwater areas for smallies, whites and largemouth.
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Default Re: Rio Outbound Intermediate Type 3

I have not used the 8 weight type 3. I have a WF9I/S8 Outbound. If the type 3 line is like my type 8, you should be able to throw large streamers easily.

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