I have a Gloomis Metolius Trout Spey 13'4" 5/6 Weight, I use a Rio
Windcutter Spey Floater 5/6 spooled onto a Teton 10 LA. If I need to get down I use the ole splitshot works great for me weather I'm swinging softhackles or strippin streamers.Obviously i also use dry flies too!
What i guess i need to add is that i use single,and double spey casts as well as snap t and circle spey with this setup.
I have caught a bunch of trout from small ones about 7-8 inches up to several browns in the 10 pound range from my local river,also landlock salmon up to 5 pounds.
What i want to add to my aresenal now is a true 4 weight Trout spey that will throw a floater,we are headed into the skinny water time of year.I dont wish to use a switch rod either.no offense to the switch rod guys either ,just my choice.I have the spey fever and i hope theres no darn cure.
any help or suggestions?Also what reel will balance out a 4 weight setup.I plan on using a 4 weight floater.
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