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As to the question you asked, I will give you a frank and unpleasant answer as if it was my gear. First off, it is hard for me to say whether or not your rod is lined right without knowing its line weight designation, is it an eight weight or a seven? As to your reel, it is not a full cage reel which means it might be susceptible to the thin mono shooting line getting caught up in the reels innards causing all kinds of trouble should a fish be on the reel or possibly just in winding up of the line. And though some argument may erupt in this one, I'll hang it out there and let others pipe in in rebuttal, but many a fisherman complain about mono's behavior in really cold water and its tendency to kink and difficulty to keep in your grasp in colder temps. I won't swear to this last bit but it did move me away from mono shooting line when added to the fact that my reel also was not a full cage reel. I settled for a more traditional shooting line as the least expensive option versus a new spey reel.
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Jet sleds/boats destroy redds in the spawning grounds with their turbulent jet wash, scouring the bottom and further burying some of the eggs while ejecting the rest into the stream flow to be eaten. To protect fish, these boats must be restricted from the spawning grounds.
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