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Received Expert 6/7 few days ago and have been casting at pond.
How sweet it is with WC 5/6 as Juro recommended.
I have few questions to masters out there.
If I wanted use tip (example for shad), should I get WC 5/6 with tips or use sinking polyleader on existing line?
If polyleaders are recommended, what length ( 5 or 10 ) should I use?
 

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Here we go again!
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Try the Airflo sinking poly leaders. The 10 foot trout fast sinker is easy to cast. Don't get the saltwater/salmon ones, they weigh considerably more. Make sure to get the Trout leaders in 10 foot.
 

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I have the WC 5/6 w/o tips for my Meiser Switch Rod and it works well with my new 6126.

However, I wish that Rio had the W/C 5/6 with tips. I tried the W/C with tips on the American River, thanks to Adam with Keine's with the Small ARC Spey Rod. It did a great job of getting down and ticking the bottom in May.

Tips where we fish in N. California are very useful.

Go to Keine's and talk to Adam or Jeff and see if you can try the W/C 5/6 with tips.
 
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