btpeck14

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  1. For fly rods, I like the iFly Rod Holders. Bearsden has them.
  2. Just picked up an Orvis Hydros Coldwater Intermediate line in a 7wt. So far I really like how it casts.
  3. I'm having the same dilemma - reels or spools. Think I am going the spool route so things stay consistent as I switch. Same drag setting, retrieve, etc..
  4. Huh, I didn't realize they had a relationship with Sage. Thanks for the info.
  5. Thanks for your feedback. It is getting tougher o find a mid-priced rod built in the US these days. I'll keep searching.
  6. I spend most of my time fishing with a #7, grab the #9 if the wind is up. But there are a few times when I wish I had a bigger rod. With the closeout prices around, I was looking a the Lamson SS rods. I've seen a few positive reviews for lower line weights. Wondering if anyone has any experience with them in the 10, 11, or 12 weights? Any info appreciated. Thanks.
  7. Thanks again. I'll do a few searches this weekend and see what I can find.
  8. Thanks for the info. Sounds like this line could be a good option. Looking for a line to get a bit deeper for a few of the areas I fish, without the line turning into feeling like I'm just throwing a plug with my fly rod.
  9. Hoping someone that has fished or at least cast a Scientific Anglers Sonar Sink 30 line and can give me an idea of how they cast. Do they feel like some of the shorter head lines? Outbound, Titan, etc. Or does the "handling" section of line let you hold more than just the 30ft head in the air? Any opinions appreciated.