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Multiple world records, yet very affordable. IM-6 graphite rod, oversized snake guides and stripping guides, walnut reel seat insert, and a high-grade cork handle make this rod comparable to much more expensive rods. Hobbs Creek® aluminum large arbor fly reels feature all metal construction and a smooth disc drag. Outfit comes complete with weight forward fly line, backing, and precision-tapered leader.
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Trying to figure out what weight line to get with a 9' rod. Is there a rule of thumb or guide?

asked 5 years, 8 months ago
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1abmoetoe
on White River Fly Shop® Hobbs Creek® Large Arbor Fly Reel and Rod Outfits
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answer 1
one thing to take note of is that if you have a rod with multiple weights, use the heavier line. for example I have a 5/6 fly rod and I use a 6 weight line.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
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FloridaRedneck
 - Lakewood Park, Florida
answer 2
Yes. Your rod has a line-rating which can usually be located on the rod blank. You will want to match the line weight with the corresponding rod weight. For example, if your rod is 5-weight, then you will want a 5-weight line.
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