Trout spey line quandry
I'm about to build my own two handed trout rod, an Anglers Roost UHM12 11' 3/4wt. I'm still very much not sure exactly what to line it with, and would appreciate any and all thoughts and advice. So far I've not found what the specific grain window on the blank is, although I would guess that the sweet spot would likely be in the mid to upper 200's?
Main interests would be to swing soft hackles, and both swing and swim streamers so a bit of mending and line control would be great. This would be a strike against a skagit head for me. Would also be ideal to be able to use some sinking tips, which is a bit of a negative against a scandi head. I guess I'm looking for something of a combination, like a Rage.
I'm not familiar with other lines such as the switch chucker, ambush, and speydicator, but those look like they might work well for my purposes too. I'm not really interested in using this rod with an indicator (I've got other rods if/when I want to do that), but I do want something with a bit more line mending/control than a short skagit head. Any other thoughts on trouting with a two hander? Curious what all you guys who use switch rods for trout like in your lines...