Join Date: Dec 2014
Location: Northern California
For what it is worth, there isn’t much special about tips for skagit heads. It is a very adaptable, non-finicky sytem whether you use a comando head, a long skagit head, or something in between. There is the sink rate, the lenght and the total weight of a tip, but the main feature about them that that matters as far as casting compatibility is the weight per foot. If the weight per foot of the tip is close to - preferably a bit less but not a ton less - than the weight per foot of the head where the two connect that is a match, regardless of the lenght of the head and tip, or really any thing else. So yes, those tips can be used just fine on any other skagit head that matches (and it doesn’t need to be very exact) just that one characteristic.
The best way to see how it casts, and the ultimate arbiter is just to try it, but if you give the specs on those tips (I use different ones) it would be probably be possible to to say what other range of skagit heads would be copacetic. You of course will have to make minor adjustment in your casting for different lengh heads and tips, etc.
Hope that helps a bit.
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