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Old 03-26-2005, 03:39 PM
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Update on the Flyline I won @ Back Country during Ray Simms Bass Fly Tying Demo:

Weekend Date: 3/18/2005
Time: 2:45-5pm
Weather: Too Windy to fish from a boat.
Temperature: Around 70
Where: The boat dock & shore.
Lures & Techniques: Did not want what I was offering. On the bright side, I got to test the new WF7F Airflo Polyfuse I won at Back Country. I did better than I expected, it cut through the wind similar to Reo Wind Cutter. It also does well on casting heavy flys

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