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Old 08-20-2009, 12:08 PM
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Default Re: 7 foot vs 10 foot bass fly rods

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What line are you using on that short six wt?

I picked up a Scott Warm Water Special 6 wt used for a song. I've tried it with 6 wt Rio Nymph and Clouser lines as well as Scientific Anglers Bass Bug taper 6 wt and have great results with all.
Actually, I put a 7wt Rio Bass line on it. It needed the single step of overlining to really make it sing.

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Only cast my Predator on grass so far, but the 7wt seemed to suit it a bit better for me as well. I'm hunting for the ideal line for it.
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