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Thread: Fly rods to kill for--made for the Smokies

  1. #21
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    Default Re: Fly rods to kill for--made for the Smokies

    I've got rods from 6'3" to 9'6" and they share two common traits: 1) They are all bamboo. 2) I use every one of them in the GSMNP.

    I would have to say that for the most part the 7'6" - 8'0" are the most comfortable to use, unless, as stated above... you get into some really tight quarters. The ability to wrist cast with cane is a definite plus... especially on some of these "blue lines" we fish.

    Ralph
    Petri Heil - Ralph

  2. #22
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    Default Re: Fly rods to kill for--made for the Smokies

    my 2 main smnp rods

    4wt winston lt (8'3")
    2 wt T&T lps (7'6")

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