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Default Re: Full Sink vs. Sink Tip Lines

I almost forgot about those. They're still riding around in a vest pocket. Two sink tips; a 10' and a 5' that I cut from the back end of my 8 wt full sink line. I whipped loops onto them and glued them with pliobond.
I seem to recall they did sink pretty well, but hinged awfully when cast.
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