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Good morning boys. I picked this line up on the bay last week for $10 and was the only bidder.(Red flag??) Its a Worcestershire Fly 'Salmon Fly Line" 3287-010 DT 10 MS 35yd. Its brand new in the tin and looks nice. Just wondering if any of you,, especially those across the pond(since its made in England) have any info and reviews of it. I bought it as a "why not" to try on my T&T 1409.
Thanks lads.
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Shakespeare make this line, indeed they make many others including the highly regarded Snowbee, Michael Evans and Partridge Spey lines. The Worcestershire is a very nice supple line and is well worth its full selling price of £30 [$60] never mind the few dollars you paid for it. If DT lines are your thing, then for the money, you could not of done any better.
 

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A weighty problem

I'd be a little concerned about that MS in the line's designation. Might that stand for "medium sinking"? The Brits frequently use full-sinking spey lines, unlike us. We on this side of the pond are unable and/or unwilling to use them.
 
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