Spey Pages banner
1 - 7 of 7 Posts

·
Junkyard Spey
Joined
·
7,114 Posts
Dave, I'll weigh one this afternoon and post it.

Also I have the NextCast 75 lines and Ill post the weights of those as well.
 

·
Junkyard Spey
Joined
·
7,114 Posts
NextCast 95'

8/9=876grns

9/10=990grns

10/11=1076grns

NextCast 75'

7/8=726grns

8/9=834grns

9/10=960grns
 

·
fly on little wing
Joined
·
1,136 Posts
yo Poppy

Are the 75' and 95' lines still one color?

How do these work when looped for tips?

I'll be placing an order in the near future for one of these or the GPS.

thanks

Gary
 

·
Junkyard Spey
Joined
·
7,114 Posts
The 95's are fl. apple green and the 75's are bright yellow. They are all one color.

I'm not sue if anyone has looped one. Maybe Fisshman26.

I have 75's in 7/8, 8/9, and 9/10 and 95's in 8/9, 9/10, 10/11.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
149 Posts
NEXTCAST lines for tips

Voodoofly,

With that powerful energy transfer, these lines should to be able to carry a regular 15' tip or 5'-8' of t14. The cut point would be about 25' from line tip from 95' heads and 15' for 75' heads. When cut line + sinking tip is shorter than original line, you may want to drop one rod weight to have a better loading. If you need futher advice, please send me a email at [email protected].

I am also working on some sinking lines for field testing. These lines are various in length and designed to perform single spey on a regular basis.
 

·
Degenerate caster
Joined
·
1,180 Posts
I just spliced in a loop in my old Nextcast 95 as the running line was pretty beat up,no sweat as they splice easy but mine is just a loop at both ends of the head ,Airflo braid for running line and poly leader for tip's,works great.
Soon I plan on cutting back a 10/11 comp head for some Custom Cut 200 with a Miricle Braid running line as I think it would slay as a winter long line /desperado Thompson line,The Mixer Special.
 
1 - 7 of 7 Posts
Top