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Old 06-02-2009, 09:00 AM
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Default Rio Classic

Im thinking about picking up a spool of rio classic WF for my new 5 weight rod. Does anyone have any experience with this line?
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Default Re: Rio Classic

You might want to try casting it before you buy if they have this on a demo reel. I have a spool of it I just removed and I have to say that I just don't like casting it with my rod( Sage VPS 6wt med/fast). I do enjoy casting the Selective trout, Sage Quiet Water(?), and Orvis Wonderline fishing lines much better(I even enjoy casting the Orvis Green Mtn-value type line!). I think it is an individual taste so give it a go. FWIW, I cast more DT/F lines vs WF/F lines.
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