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Old 03-29-2013, 01:18 AM
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Default Some Useful Information About Line Weights;

I've saved these links in my favorites and it may be useful to some others when trying to decide on a line for your rod.

http://www.scientificanglers.com/spe...hartmaster.pdf some enlargement will be helpful on this one.

http://www.balticflyfisher.com/resou...tion_Chart.pdf

http://thelimpcobra.com/tag/gramgrai...in-spey-lines/
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Default Re: Some Useful Information About Line Weights;

Thanks, Hardy. This gives me a place to start for my switch rod.
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Default Re: Some Useful Information About Line Weights;

Another great place to match a line to the rod is Simon G's spey section on the RIO web site. Thing I like about Simon's list is it covers just about every 2hander ever built even 'back in time.'
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