TaterToT wrote:Good tip. I am gonna have to try it.
Best answered with some measurements. I used the Common Cents system. http://www.common-cents.info/CCS_basic_]...
TaterToT wrote:BrookfieldAngler wrote:It's really a good idea to run all the rods through this system. One of my first St. Croix rods claimed to be an 8wt and after putting it through this, found that it was closer to a 6. Casting got a whole lot nice after dropping down in line.
I believe that isn't really how your suppose to measure the line wt needed for the rod. (It might have worked for but just saying so others don't follow without looking into it.)
I might be wrong but thought it might be worth sharing.
Rich wrote:...I kind of think cleaning cork is akin to worrying about scars.
red_mucilin wrote:"I'd tend to wonder how the professionals at St. Croix got it so wrong" other than that no comment except to say I still think they are 20 years behind the field. Guess I'll never be on their pro staff now.....
Rich wrote:Any guess at the age of the steel rod Charged? I'm a big sucker for the vintage stuff. Sorry for the hijacks.
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