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Old 02-19-2009, 09:52 PM
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which is going to cast beter at short distances 15' - 25' on a 7 1/2' rod
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Old 02-19-2009, 10:05 PM
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I only use WF NOW! but I do think DT is more for shorter distances.
There is also Triangle Taper that is great on shorter distances also.
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Ill go with dt
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Default Re: wf or dt ???

if thats all your ever gonna cast with that rod id say dt. you say 7 1/2' im taking that as a 2-3 wt?
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if thats all your ever gonna cast with that rod id say dt. you say 7 1/2' im taking that as a 2-3 wt?

My 2wt is 7'9" and I have a 7'6" 5 wt bamboo, and several 7' four weights...Oh, my 3 weight is 7'11".
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Old 02-21-2009, 08:41 AM
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the rod is a 4wt
i just use it in tight cover
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which is going to cast beter at short distances 15' - 25' on a 7 1/2' rod
At that distance, they're both the same
Once you have more line than that out, the WF will cast further and the DT will mend better.
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You might check out a triangle taper.....
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