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Re: tippets

2009/8/19 17:22
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4lb trilene fluoro works well for any situation trout fishing in the right length and no i don't nail knot a 9' piece to my fly line for nymphing or drys either one . make my own tappered then end up with 4lb trilene fluoro as tippet most of the time , steelies are 6lb seagar instead

Posted on: 2010/8/27 11:46

Re: tippets

2009/8/19 15:45
From Greensburg, Pa
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Thank you all for the responds. I am still in the learning stage and I have a lot more to learn.

Posted on: 2010/8/27 14:19
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Re: tippets

2008/11/19 20:57
From Hagerstown, MD
Posts: 239
Just my two cents...but mono works great for me on warm water situations and I just prefer actual tippet material for trout. The word supple came up earlier and I would have to second the importance of that quality. For steelhead, I love fishing six pound Seaguar Florocarbin. My tippet preference is Orvis Superstrong...that material has amazed me a couple times with its durability and it has saved some large fish for me.

Posted on: 2010/8/27 14:42

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