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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-20-2016, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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WTB NextCast Lines

(Updated) If someone has a NextCast line or lines they would like to sell, I am looking for the following NC lines:

Zone FF and/or F1 (500 or 525)

SHF 45 F1 6/7 (515)
SHF 45 F1 7 (540)
SHF 45 F1 7/8 (570)

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Still looking for the SHF 45 in the 6/7 and 7 weight. PM me if you have one you are willing to part with.

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You might want to update the original wtb list so that you don't waste anybody's time...
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The only difference between SF 45 F-S1 490 gr + is a length of the rear leveled belly. Pruning from the back a heavier line and welding loop suing Polyurethane RL ( old Delta is the best or current 50 lb running line) is vey easy and loop holds beautifully. A lower melting point PU ( once starts to flow, ) dissolves PVC and two polymers blends very easy, without need to go to higher temperature at which PVC starts to melt.


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The only difference between SF 45 F-S1 490 gr + is a length of the rear leveled belly. Pruning from the back a heavier line and welding loop suing Polyurethane RL ( old Delta is the best or current 50 lb running line) is vey easy and loop holds beautifully. A lower melting point PU ( once starts to flow, ) dissolves PVC and two polymers blends very easy, without need to go to higher temperature at which PVC starts to melt.


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In preparation for the zombie apocalypse when NC lines will no longer be sold I bought a 10/11 and am planning to cut it for cheaters to make it convertible down to weights that fit all my rods down to 7/8. I suppose I would need to make the welded loops as tight as possible to preserve the flex stiffness.
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zombie apocalypse

Another on these pages suggested this to me. Sounds like a great plan. I've been keeping my scraps from trimmed heads to make up some cheaters. Have not tried it yet.

May keep a few heavy heads in tact... Not sure I would be too comfy with all those connections with a Monster Zombie fish. (C&R carefully)

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In preparation for the zombie apocalypse when NC lines will no longer be sold I bought a 10/11 and am planning to cut it for cheaters to make it convertible down to weights that fit all my rods down to 7/8. I suppose I would need to make the welded loops as tight as possible to preserve the flex stiffness.
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