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  1. #1
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    Default wf9 floating line

    hi guys just looking for some advice , im looking to buy a new wf9 floating line, for a sage 14ft , i always use a floating line and just add braided leaders when required, im using a cortland dt 9 at the moment, was thinking of trying a snowbee line, i want something decent, cheers

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    the snowbee 2d and 3d lines are excellent but a w/f cortland is a nice line also

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    Mach 65s currently on offer for 40 at GAC.

    Oscar.

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    If you are just after a 'normal' weight forward line i use the john norris big fly lines. Only 12.99 and cast really well !

    if you are after something a bit different I'll sell you a Rio Outbound Short 9wt ! If interested please send me a PM

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    Default fly line

    cheers piker for the offer ,but i had a snowbee in mind, as a mate loan me his and its nice line to use , so think il try the snowbee,

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    havent heard a bad word against the snowbee lines yet, just wish theyd make ones with a longer belly

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    Quote Originally Posted by piker View Post
    If you are just after a 'normal' weight forward line i use the john norris big fly lines. Only 12.99 and cast really well !

    if you are after something a bit different I'll sell you a Rio Outbound Short 9wt ! If interested please send me a PM
    Dont be using a standard wf9 line if this is double handed rod.

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    Default Fly line

    What kind of line you recommend , it mostly the overhead cast I use, it's all I can master

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    Quote Originally Posted by superfly127 View Post
    What kind of line you recommend , it mostly the overhead cast I use, it's all I can master
    I use a Hardy Mach 55 weight forward floater for overhead casting and it works fine.
    Glasgow Angling centre are selling them for 35.

    Not bad at that price.

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