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I would suggest that you look at polyleaders by AirFlow or RIO as an option to the standard tips. You would not be using heavy tips with a 6/7 line and the poly leaders do a good job for most of the sink tip situations I have encountered. They do not work for the down and dirty dredging, but you wouldn't be using a 6/7 for that anyway.
 

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t_richerzhagen said:
JR
I would suggest that you look at polyleaders by AirFlow or RIO as an option to the standard tips. You would not be using heavy tips with a 6/7 line and the poly leaders do a good job for most of the sink tip situations I have encountered. They do not work for the down and dirty dredging, but you wouldn't be using a 6/7 for that anyway.
As I consistently use both 'tips' and the poly leaders mentioned above, I'm 110% with Rich's suggestion that the sinking leader's may be a far better choice than a 'tips line' for this light a rod.
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J.R. MacDonald

First of all, describe your rod.

Who makes it! How long is it? Is it a fast/European Action or a tradtional?

Where will you be fishing with it and for what kind of fish?
 
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