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Old 03-04-2012, 11:20 AM
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Default Re: Rod weights?

Fenwick glass 7'9" 5wt an odd rod, one of if not the only rod Fenwick made with spigot ferruls, my go to for medium and bigger rivers.

F.H. Paddock Lemon Drop 7'6" 3/4 lined for 3wt very soft and forgiving rod I'll use for fishing midges and most dries.

Both rods, despite their lengths can reach out as far as I need in most situations.
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5wt med/fast
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