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Thread: Echo fly/spey line chart

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    Default Echo fly/spey line chart

    I'm looking at both replacing the line on my current spey rod, as well as adding a second to the lineup.
    Stumbled across this pretty killer chart put out by RIO. I have been happy with their lines, and the convenience of this chart is making me steer towards them again.

    Intuitive flow of the chart: Scroll down until you see the manufacturer of your fly rod - then look for the specific model - then look at the varieties they offer that they consider a match to your blank/rod. When multiple are offered, that can be narrowed down by the intended fishing style and casting distance desired, etc.

    http://cdn-tp2.mozu.com/15440-m1/cms...9-d13e42cdfde4

    It is an odd looking external link, but the parent site: http://www.rioproducts.com/learn/spey-line-recs sends you there.
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    Update, if anyone is looking to swing for winters.

    I went with OPST lazr line for my running line and with RIO skagit heads and tips. That stuff does shoot like a lazer, but my only gripe is I wish some of the heads were a little longer as it is on the easy side for me to blow my anchor on the tear to make a D loop.
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