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Has anybody cast these? How do they compare to the other floating scando lines on the market?

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Hi Sean.
Tim sent me the set of Euro heads a while back to field test.
I found they matched my rods(Loomis) size for size.
Very nice casting line indeed.
Fred states he likes the Vision better.
Thats o/k but it is a pesonell thing,same as any lines out there today.
I tried them all(4 lines) with various tips to see what their limits were.
I found that with the Airflo Poly tips they were great.The Rio tips not as good.
Chuncks of T10/T14,there was limitations,obviously.
Same as any new lines out there Sean you need to get hold of them and give them a try out your self to see if they will suit your style of casting or the different fishing places your going to fish.ie,lots of back room,tight up against a bank.
I could send you mine if you would like to try them.
I would need them back by April/May though when my season starts here.
Contact me at [email protected] if your intersted in borrowing the lines.
Speyladdie.:smokin:
 

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Chuncks of T10/T14,there was limitations,obviously.
Same as any new lines out there Sean you need to get hold of them and give them a try out your self to see if they will suit your style of casting or the different fishing places your going to fish.ie,lots of back room,tight up against a bank.


How much of T-10 did you cast. I assume that ca. 9-10' of T-10 ( 100gr) is still fine.
Have you used Airflo 10' tips or 14'? . 10' depending on the sink rate weights form 30-80 gr, while 14' from 50-120 gr.

How did you do with the Airflo heads is tight spots?

Thanks
Salmo
 
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