Best UL BC for trouts in small streams

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Re: Best UL BC for trouts in small streams

Postby adam lancia » Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:57 am

fffishing wrote:Depend of situation...mostly it's 0.1-0.2 PE line vs some fluoro or mono leader. lowest I'v tryed 0.06PE Duel Armored F+pro 2.5lb,now just got some Nanofil 4lb,-some guys tell it's good too.
The rods...Now build Matagi TWG-562XUL 0,2-1,0 gr line 1-2 lb :)


I can't wait to see the video! I'm going to be exploring my casting abilities this spring too.

With a rod that light, you might as well be using an al dente piece of spaghetti! Is it a solid blank or hollow?

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Re: Best UL BC for trouts in small streams

Postby fffishing » Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:08 am

adam lancia wrote:
fffishing wrote:


I can't wait to see the video! I'm going to be exploring my casting abilities this spring too.

With a rod that light, you might as well be using an al dente piece of spaghetti! Is it a solid blank or hollow?

Yea! Spagetti is no problem too :lol:
It's solid tip,pretty long,-16",and soft enough
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Re: Best UL BC for trouts in small streams

Postby fffishing » Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:11 am

ccass wrote:
fffishing wrote:


Im running 2lb Nanofil with a leader. Surprisingly strong line, just make sure your joining knot is good

I'm surprised,but don't see 2lb in Sail and Bass Pro... Will buy on e-Bay.


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