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Ive tested the greyline speyrod series today:

12´ #8, 13´ #9, 14´ #9, 15´ #10 and 16´ #11

all is the new rods....

They are great, the 15´ and 16´ i light and powerful fore big rivers, heavy lines and big flies..... The 12´ and 13´ is for the smaler rivers, whit lighter lines, for exaple a perfect rod for Argentina, Rio Gallegos or the Rio Grande.... The 14´ is a perfect allrounder!

GREAT RODS!!!
 

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Loop Grey 14 ft

Just added the 14ft Grey to My try rack.
Have yet to really get a chance to work on but will be giving it a Baptism this coming week on the Skagit.


Like the action of the rod already kind of like a old friend that you got reacquainted with after a long absence.



:smokin:

Aaron
 

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Well I have tested the 13" #9 Loop Greyline with a Loop Custom II shotinghead 11,6 meters floating. Great rod for doing the underhand cast.
I own the same setup except that I have a Loop Yellowline 13,2" #9-10 and it's a quite nice combination to. Gives you a little extra time to change direction of line than the Greyline.
 
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