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    Default AFS Reel end?

    I've got a Rio Afs st10/11 s2/s3 with the other lines in the Afs range the print on the loop stating the line size (green end on this line) loops to the running line but with this one fitted this way it does not shoot to well dumb question but is it the wrong way around?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated whether it makes me look dumb or not.

    Cheers
    Jason

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    Hold the line 4' from each end and compare. The thickest end is the rear.

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    Yellow end to running line isn't it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eminem View Post
    Yellow end to running line isn't it ?
    Yes

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    There is no yellow end? the thicker end to the running line does compute but it does not fly like the others I use in the AFS range?

    Cheers

    Jason

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    I just find that the s2,s3 line just does not cast anything like the float or intermediat have asked this question before myself so will be interested what everyone else thinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seabass View Post
    I just find that the s2,s3 line just does not cast anything like the float or intermediat have asked this question before myself so will be interested what everyone else thinks.
    The reason is its a dog of a line Chris, boot lace material Im afraid. The Guideline S2/S3 is a much better casting and fishing line.

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    Cheers Alan a guideline it is then.

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    Very true Alan I use the guideline s2/s3 in place of the Afs s2/s3 now a days just was wanting to exhaust all the possibility with it before it when the journey, pleased to see its not just me who suffered with it when it was used.

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    Jason

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    guideline triple d is good to cast even in the sink range.

    float, hover , intermed is a cracking line.

    Gary

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