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I wish there was a bunch of 4 weight Spey rods to choose from. That throw a full floating line even a 4/5 would be great. Just my rant sorry guys.
 

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Both Bob and Gary have several 4 wt Speys and usually they throw in a grain matched line of the anglers choice that I make. SPG
 

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Echo, Winston, and Sage to name a few more. How well they do with a full floater I don't know, but I assume just fine in capable hands.

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Well I have a new addition..... But......

I guess I will have to look into Anderson,or Meiser this year. Maybe one of each since the Decho 4 weight is a needle in a hay stack. I did just acquire a Beaulah 11'7" 5 weight Platinum Spey, I will need a full floating line,and a Ross Canyon #3 spool or a #4 reel if the 3 doesn't work.
 

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I guess I will have to look into Anderson,or Meiser this year. Maybe one of each since the Decho 4 weight is a needle in a hay stack. I did just acquire a Beaulah 11'7" 5 weight Platinum Spey, I will need a full floating line,and a Ross Canyon #3 spool or a #4 reel if the 3 doesn't work.
For the line, Steve Godshall, is 'DA MAN!' SGS here or he builds his lines 10 feet from where Bob M is building his custom rods. Be prepared for a 'long conversation' as he takes you through the 'who/what/where/when/casting style/etc. (All that stuff gets put into a computer file so you only have to do that once.) The rod he already has dialed in, its 'you' that he needs to dial.

All of his lines are a 'one off' for the rod/caster. :smokin: All but two of my rods have his lines; the two that don't haven't seen water time in years. No point I guess?

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For the line, Steve Godshall, is 'DA MAN!' SGS here or he builds his lines 10 feet from where Bob M is building his custom rods. Be prepared for a 'long conversation' as he takes you through the 'who/what/where/when/casting style/etc. (All that stuff gets put into a computer file so you only have to do that once.) The rod he already has dialed in, its 'you' that he needs to dial.

All of his lines are a 'one off' for the rod/caster. :smokin: All but two of my rods have his lines; the two that don't haven't seen water time in years. No point I guess?

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Steve Makes a Fine rod to go with those lines as well!
 
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