I was thinking about using some single hand lines on my light switch rod.
Would single hand steelhead lines work like scandi lines? Similar taper.
Are the heads to long, as some head are over 40'. It would be the long belly for short rods.
Wulff triangle taper lines (not ambush) have 30' heads.
I would like to fish some indicators at local pond for crappie, and wonder if a regular single hand line up lined a size or 2 more than the scandi line would work with indicators.
Here is what I am thinking. I have a Echo SR 3 wt switch which seems to like a scandi 210. If I was to up line to a 9wt single hand line with 30 ft head, would it be a good indicator line. I know the scandi line is very thin on the end and not designed to turn over anything with weight.
I am going to be doing some testing here before long. I have 7, 8, 9, and 10 wt single hand lines.
Give me some feed back on what kind of lines you have tested on your light 2 handed rods.(Skagit, scandi, single hand)
Oh, by the way. Here is my trout/ small fish 2 handed rods.
*A.R.E. 11' 2/3wt (built myself), Orvis Encounter reel, SGS 240 grain head, elf20# running line.
Ticrx 9' 6 wt lt with lower hand added, TFO
LA 340, rio
* Echo SR 3 wt, Hatch monsoon 5, Rio
210 scandi, Rio
225 Skagit (haven't cast this head yet), Elf 20# running line.
Looking to get the new Lazer running line.