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Re: Sink Tip Line
2006/9/11 8:26
From Chester County
Posts: 2431

drews wrote:
I tried a full sink in pine when water was up some last spring (250 grain) and it was a pain(we were drifting). 25' rio sink tip 150 -200 has been very good line for me... IMHO full sink should be reserved for large water with good current and the weight f the line depends on the water your fishing. I got a 10' orvis sink tip 100 grain I believe and use it when fishing smaller waters here in potter county. Works great.

Agreed. Maybe Full sink line for a large deep/fast river or a lake, but not in small and medium streams. I would try a sink-tip or a poly leader with a floating line.

Posted on: 2013/2/2 7:37

Re: Sink Tip Line

2011/9/27 20:41
From Central PA
Posts: 1
i just tried sinking line for the 4th time this year, the 3 previous times i said why the hell did i buy this. then i tried it on the penns with streamers and what a game changer, i did not catch many but i did catch more than my buddy using floating line.

Posted on: 2013/2/12 21:53

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