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First of all congatulations are in order for catching a nice wally and at 130' is a true test of being an excelent spey fisherman. More should try the sport and find its easier than single rods and you can do more with a spey than people realize. Great job Dan, keep it up.
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First of all congatulations are in order for catching a nice wally and at 130' is a true test of being an excelent spey fisherman. More should try the sport and find its easier than single rods and you can do more with a spey than people realize. Great job Dan, keep it up.
Thanks. I agree " More should try the sport and find its easier than single rods and you can do more with a spey than people realize." They are easier on you as well. My back is to put it mildly, screwed up as a soup sandwich. Two handers do not bother my back nearly as much as single hand casting. Plus there is no possible way I could ever get good enough to match the distances I get with a two hander. I love 'em.
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