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Re: Greys Streamflex

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Sean do you ever do the Euro techniques with just a 9 footer and how do you fair off ?

Posted on: 2011/1/23 23:32
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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If someone wants, make offer on my 10' 3wt.


Hey Pal, you promised me first shot at it.

Posted on: 2011/1/24 8:23
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Gfen, Streamflex 10' 3wt? I'm willing to make an offer, or trade even. I have a nice un-used 8.5ft 4wt Orvis.

Posted on: 2011/1/24 8:51
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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Heritage Ed gets first crack, but you can always PM me with the Orvis rod details..... Also, could certainly be swayed with a Diamondback 4wt glass rod. I could sell out friends for that.

But, its a moot point. This isn't a for sale thread.

Posted on: 2011/1/24 10:30
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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Yeah Fredrick. You can use a 9' rod and often the size of the stream dictates it. Some guys that use traditional euro methods swear by them.

Posted on: 2011/1/24 11:43


Re: Greys Streamflex

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Yeah Fredrick. You can use a 9' rod and often the size of the stream dictates it. Some guys that use traditional euro methods swear by them.


Ok thxs I want to get a longer rod to practice some of these newer techniques but I'm going to perfect them wirth the 9 footer first than mabe move on to a longer rod if I feel I need more reach

Posted on: 2011/1/24 23:55
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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Kinda OT but would anybody have a recommendation for a reel on a Streamflex 10' 3wt? Just got mine this week and I thought I could get away with my 3/4 Battenkill but I think it is a tad to heavy. I was also thinking about underlining it with a 2wt DT any suggestions?

Thanks Pat

Posted on: 2011/1/28 12:46
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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Balanced very well with a 1494, but a 1594 or a 1494 1/2 would've been a little nicer.

Butt heavy with a 1495, and it looked silly.

Way tip heavy with a Vivarelli Goldstar.

Posted on: 2011/1/28 12:59
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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Kinda OT but would anybody have a recommendation for a reel on a Streamflex 10' 3wt? Just got mine this week and I thought I could get away with my 3/4 Battenkill but I think it is a tad to heavy. I was also thinking about underlining it with a 2wt DT any suggestions?

Thanks Pat


Thank becker for ignoring the ongoing thread and starting his own.

Posted on: 2011/1/28 13:18


Re: Greys Streamflex

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Well, yours was about the reel. His was about JIMP'ing on the streamflex.

Direct your anger to Skeeter, who has failed to use the proper thread! SKEETER!!!!one! (although to be fair, its not on the front page, and he did say "kinda OT," but if we're gonna...well, hell, its more fun to pick at the Queen... Way to fail, Becker. Way. To. Fail!)

Since we're over here now, what reel did you end up using, Jay? I don't recall.

Posted on: 2011/1/28 13:56
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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I was gonna say, wait your Greys question was about a reel, Mine was about the rod. 2 different subjects. Bleh

Posted on: 2011/1/28 14:22
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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I went with the allen alpha. Brian went with the medalist rimjob deal. His is balanced way better, but mine is lighter. Both work fine.

Posted on: 2011/1/28 14:48


Re: Greys Streamflex

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Wait, who's Brian? Your cohabitant?

Did he use a 1594 rimjob model or a 1594 1/2 rimjob? I'm curious, because I don't like my 1494 on it.

Posted on: 2011/1/28 15:12
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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AHHHHHH! LOL. Sorry about the derailment. Not like that has ever happened, apparently. Thanks for the link Jay!

Posted on: 2011/1/28 15:14
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Re: Greys Streamflex

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1595. I believe he said it is deadnutz. It's in the other thread. But no, he's not the cohabitant.

It's an awful lot of reel, but it does balance the rod.

Posted on: 2011/1/28 15:31



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