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  1. #41
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    Default Re: 10' 2# or 3# for dries

    I think most of the retailers are out of aglity 10, 3wts now. Be lucky if you find one. Must have shifted a shed load.

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    Default Re: 10' 2# or 3# for dries

    Quote Originally Posted by bbamboo View Post
    I think most of the retailers are out of aglity 10, 3wts now. Be lucky if you find one. Must have shifted a shed load.
    John Norris are still advertising 10' 3#
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    Default Re: 10' 2# or 3# for dries

    If you're looking for a rod for fishing dries look no further than a 9ft #3wt Sonik from Glasgow Angling.

    At 90 it's a peach of a rod. Coupled with a Barrio GT90 WF3F it's the dog's whatsits.

    I've been using this rod and line at Wharncliffe Reservoir for fishing tiny flies on light tippets - it's been a revelation!
    Last edited by Tommy Ruffe; 21-11-2019 at 01:50 AM.

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