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    Re: I need a new fly line

    Another vote for Cortland 444 peach, nothing fancy, just a good general purpose line.
    I've used their double taper, weight forward, and "bug" tapers, but recently I've been favoring the weight forward.

    Once when I complained about a "bug taper" wearing out prematurely (I was probably stepping on it), Cortland replaced it free, no questions asked.


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    Re: I need a new fly line

    I too use true to weight DT fly lines on my moderate action rods (WT and IM6 Winstons and DT lines are made for each other).


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    greg s is offline Fishizzle, I use worms but I'm looking to upgrade!
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    Re: I need a new fly line

    I finally decided what to get. I stuck with a double taper as they have served me well, and most of the time I'm not casting much more than 30' of fly line. I've used Scientific Anglers for many years and they are great, but wanted to try something new, plus I had a $100 gift card to use. I bought a Rio Intouch LT.


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