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Old 07-12-2013, 09:11 AM
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Default Re: SPL vs SLT for light line fly fishing

I suppose no chance he still has the 3 wt! lol. I need a sweet 3 wt...love older sage action. need 4 piece for backcountry hikes...
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I have the SLT in 5 wt, and it has a great action. You chose well. I bought mine just after they were discontinued.

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