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    Default Re: Casting glass vs casting graphite

    I built 2 Blue Halos 3wt 7'6" and 5wt 8' Blue Halo and recently back to fishing single hand rods again. I picked up the 5wt Halo to help me get the basic back again. Fiberglass rods are very enjoyable to cast and they look prettier too.

    My other builds were the Epic 686, 888 and James Green 5wt 8FT. They have different characters and temperament than the Halos but just as nice. I think my fave out of those 5 would be the Epic 686 and followed by Green 5wt and halo 5wt.
    I don't always catch fish; but when I do I scream like a little girl.

  2. #32

    Default Re: Casting glass vs casting graphite

    Quote Originally Posted by The op View Post
    Glass,,,dont force it,ask it what to do nicely and it will behave itself in a controlled manner.

    Graphite,,, scream at it what you want it to do in the right manner it will do so without complaint,,often times asking you 'cmon is that all you got?
    That is a pretty accurate description.

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    Default Re: Casting glass vs casting graphite

    Quote Originally Posted by The op View Post
    What size flies are you throwing with it?
    It occurs to me that rather than you asking me what size flies I am throwing with it (), it would be better if you told me what flies I should be throwing with it.
    People complain about the humidity in Florida... but no one's ever had to shovel humidity to get to his car.

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