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    Double tapered or weight forward??

  • #2
    Both have their time and place...I like using WF lines in windy conditions as they really improve casting distance and accuracy...

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    • #3
      WF, a lot easier to manage

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      • #4
        For brook trout on a small mountain stream it's dt. If I'm pushing a big ugly fly through the air then its' wf. If I have a larger river covered with trees where I have to roll cast then it's dt. If it's windy then it's wf.

        If it's a small mountian stream covered with trees and windy and I'm casting a big ugly fly then I go home.

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        • #5
          Weight foward for bass (I don't really fish for trout in the winters.)

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          • #6
            DT is the way to go round here, we use weighted nymphs alot,

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            • #7
              King is right, I agree with him.

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              • #8
                Since the wind can blow at any time in Wyoming or Montana I almost exclusively use WF, often with big nymphs or flies plus a tiny weight.

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                • #9
                  Depends. I can't shoot a DT more than 30 ft in my 7 ft 4wt, so switched to WF. But I use DT for everything else up through 5wt. 6Wt and up are all WF.

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                  • #10
                    depends all on weather conditions, if its windy (which is very frustrating) WF, otherwise i usually like DT

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                    • #11
                      DT for calm waters, WF for windy or long casts.

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                      • #12
                        Have always been a WF guy, but really considering DT for the "end swap" bonus.

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                        • #13
                          Agreed with buckhunter answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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