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Old 10-18-2007, 11:51 AM
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Bob (buckeyetrouter)
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drop me a line and we can talk about what's worked for me there.

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Old 10-18-2007, 10:03 PM
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Default Rods for the mountains

Pharmtec, In tight fishing situations a soft rod loads up a short line much easier. My soft 7ft 3wt, 15 yr old Diamondback has been a joy to cast. I've got plenty of fast rods, but I like to slow things down in the mountains. Even within the Park, fishing the Little River is different than a high brook trout streams. Spend your money where your passion lies. Put your bucks on the rod you use a lot. Ther are a bunch of $500 saltwater rods that have a handful of casts on them. They stand in the corner waiting for next or is it next year we go to Fla. I fish mainly tailwaters, some warmwater, and some time in the mountains. As I get older, climbing on wet boulders is getting harder. I also like to fish alone more than I should. LRO will take good care of you.
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Old 10-19-2007, 09:27 AM
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Thanks for the information everyone. I will follow the advice with a combination of searching and testing. I hope that your advice leads me to find a great fly rod.
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