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When I moved to the West Coast a few years ago I bought an 11’3 7 weight switch for NorCal and OR steelhead. I’ve been using a switch chucker line with Medium MOW tips. It’s a versatile line that allows for swinging or indi fishing. It’s not the BEST line for either but If you’re looking for a single do-it-all line I would recommend it. If you’re solely swinging go with the skagit, it’ll be easier to learn on too. Good luck.
08 Toyota 4 Runner here.
Been interested in spey for a while now, just don’t know anyone around here that does it.
I relied on a Steripen Adventurer for 2 weeks in the Wind River Range last summer, 2 weeks in the Beartooths the summer prior, and in many trips to the Smokies with no issues at all.
I really like the Patagonia Micro Puff.
Invest in a Western Mountaineering bag. I promise you won’t regret it. At least give WM a look, especially if you’re considering a high-end Marmot bag.
I live in the Blackman community of Murfreesboro. My house is fine but one down the block was flattened. The tornado went directly over our house just before it touched down and tore about an 8 mile path through the city.
I think you’d like the Albright A5. Albright’s site is down now, but they were priced at around $90 as of last week.
Where is that again?
Beautiful scenery, beautiful fish. That mofo is huge! Hook looks like it just did get him.
Journal of a Trapper – Osborne Russell
A firsthand account of life in the Northern Rockies from 1834-1843.
And I’m complaining about not being able to fish for the past 3 weeks…..sheesh!
I just ordered a Lamson Konic.
Nice brookie!! Man, that’s a beauty.
Sounds and looks like a fun project.