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Old 03-31-2012, 06:04 PM
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Default Freshwater fly lines

Any1 know a good Warmwater Fly lines. I fish alot on lakes and ponds Gill's, Bass, and Pickerel etc...
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Hi, & welcome to the forum.

I have used the same lines from the deep south to Alaska with no special names other than Cortland, Orvis, and Scientific Anglers Mastery brands. If you currently have a line it'll probably do just fine. If you need a line and live in a tropical climate then you may want to take a look at any of the manufacturers who offer a 'Tropic' line.

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take a look at airflo lines, in particular the "ridge series". i fish a lot for the species you mentioned during the summer and have never had any issues.

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