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Re: Greys streamflex reel

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Scroll down I guess the old models are going for 200

http://www.farmingtonriver.com/used.htm

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Re: Greys streamflex reel

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I put a 1595 Medalist on my 10' 4wt and it is deadnuts

Posted on: 2011/1/6 8:37


Re: Greys streamflex reel

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brianb wrote:
I put a 1595 Medalist on my 10' 4wt and it is deadnuts


So what would make it livenuts ?

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Re: Greys streamflex reel

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Posted on: 2011/1/6 16:58


Re: Greys streamflex reel

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brianb wrote:
I put a 1595 Medalist on my 10' 4wt and it is deadnuts

frederick wrote:
So what would make it livenuts ?


Nothing they're dead

Posted on: 2011/1/6 17:12


Re: Greys streamflex reel

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brianb wrote:
brianb wrote:
I put a 1595 Medalist on my 10' 4wt and it is deadnuts

frederick wrote:
So what would make it livenuts ?


Nothing they're dead


Why are they dead ?

Posted on: 2011/1/6 17:40
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Re: Greys streamflex reel

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Why not

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Re: Greys streamflex reel

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for euro nymphing i might prefer a rod that is not balanced and maybe butt heavy as it makes it easier to hold up all day

Posted on: 2011/1/6 18:22


Re: Greys streamflex reel

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Yeah. The problem is that this rod was the opposite. It would take a penn international to make it butt heavy with line out.

Posted on: 2011/1/6 18:49


Re: Greys streamflex reel

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The other problem is if you have multiple rods of the same weight, you're either going to need multiple lines or one reel that'll cover both ends.

THat's why my 3wt has a 1494 and not a 1495 on it, I can't justify a 6'6" 3wt with the 1495 on the handle, as the 1494 already overpowers it.

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Re: Greys streamflex reel

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I have the 5wt streamflex, and I love my Ross Evolution 3. The rod is slightly tip heavy, and the reel puts it in balance nicely.

Posted on: 2011/1/6 22:26



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