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Hey all you steelheaders, I am going to buy a "Spey" rod and I have no idea what the LINE setups are, any help?

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  • agiyo
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    It depends on the type of fishing you plan to do, and you will be FAR better off buying your rod from a local fly shop and adding the line they, or the rod manufacturer, recommend as a combination.
    For steelhead, a lot of folks now prefer a Compact Skagit-type rig; a short shooting head ahead of a slick, small running line. But manufacturers' nomenclature varies and once again you're better off getting advice direct from an expert, not us online typists who know nothing about your circumstances.

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  • mathewsman
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    Go with a G Loomis or a Sage!!

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  • Hey all you steelheaders, I am going to buy a "Spey" rod and I have no idea what the LINE setups are, any help?

    Hey all you steelheaders, I am going to buy a "Spey" rod and I have no idea what the LINE setups are, any help?

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