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Old 07-02-2013, 10:41 AM
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Default Re: Good 9wt rods

9wt would cover bass, salmon, pike, but may be a little undergunned for the big nasty flies musky prefer
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i would go no lower than a 9wt. line. the scientific angler titan taper or rio outbound short will cast anything you have for bass! i own both lines and love them!!!
I just bought a Sage RPLXi 9wt. Ive read some great things about it and i cant wait. I was just about to ask what line i should get. Of the two you mentioned, what do you prefer?
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i prefer the S.A. titan taper...its shoots very well and powers thru the wind like nothing i've ever seen.
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i would go no lower than a 9wt. line. the scientific angler titan taper or rio outbound short will cast anything you have for bass! i own both lines and love them!!!
I've been considering that Rio Outbound Short on my 9wt that I use for pike. Do you think it would handle the larger pike flies? I used to use alot of natural fibers on my flies but I've gone synthetic of late. Just much easier to cast.
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I've been considering that Rio Outbound Short on my 9wt that I use for pike. Do you think it would handle the larger pike flies? I used to use alot of natural fibers on my flies but I've gone synthetic of late. Just much easier to cast.
I just bought the freshwater outbound short to save some money. And the colors were better suited for fishing around here. The bass around here are pretty smart.
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