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    Thank you for taking time to help. You are right about injury so glasses on and a firm hat. might even use my construction hat. Best to play and learn safe. I appreciate you taking time to help and your information is very important to me.

    I will keep you all post . There will be one instant positive truth. No one will be crowding me when I start tossing the 9 wt line around hahahaha


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    As long that you pay heed to the part about keeping track of where your fly is at prior to making a cast you'll be safe. Pretty much like overhead casting a Spey cast tends to follow after the path of your rod tip. Making your D Loop and forward cast with the rod at approximately 15 - 20 degrees tilt off your shoulder will keep things from popping up behind you.

    What fly types / patterns will you expect to be using?

    Anywhere can be the land of great expectations, broken dreams, or paradise found, it's all up to you.

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