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Bob, it might help expand your possibilities for blanks by knowing that you can get by with many 8wts, and virtually all 8/9 wts, for 4 season steelhead fishing in Oregon. I use 8/9's in winter, and 6/7/8's in summer, fishing rivers within 3 hrs of the lower Willamette Valley (including the mainstem Willamette).

Then again, if you buy a 14' 9wt as your first rod and like it, you'll have a good reason to seek out a lighter dry-line rod for summer.
 
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