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when building muskie bucktails, can you use two blades of different sizes ex: size 12 indiana and size 10 coloroda? would it cr

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  • rdorman
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    yeah now that i think of it the larger one would be pusing too much water and prevent the smaller one from getting enough to spin. then the bigger one would hit into the smaller one. thank you for all your help

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  • Alex Pernice the fly rod winner
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    Not at all. You can try, but either it would not spin properly, or not at all. Don't bother. It would be a pain to work back too.

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  • when building muskie bucktails, can you use two blades of different sizes ex: size 12 indiana and size 10 coloroda? would it cr

    when building muskie bucktails, can you use two blades of different sizes ex: size 12 indiana and size 10 coloroda? would it create a crippled wobble or make it look diseased and unappealing

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