Every day of uncertainty makes it more difficult for at least some to arrange their travel etc. Also many may get financially affected by the current situation and should have enough time to decide if they are to invest to a trip to Sweden.
Thus, in my opinion, 2021 sounds like a reasonable solution.
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More stretch, true. Unstuck coating I haven't come across (except some Airflo made that were actually with braided cores). I nowadays hate stripping the core, I install braided mono loops in order to get 100% of the breaking strength of the line. The direct core doesn't seem to stretch much. For me ...
I prefer braid core. Why? All the best intermediate and sinking lines I've used for salt have been with mono (Rio Leviathan and Airflo Tropical Tarpon). I recon the Flats Pro will be even better. They stay straight better and tangle less. And they also seem to have bigger temperature range - you ca...
The old SA Mastery Tarpon was a good line. I have the floating 12. The intermediate I unfortunately never had. Airflo Tropical Tarpon clear intermediate was also a great line (one weight heavier as is/was the norm for Airflo). But it got discontinued and eventually replaced with some horrible ridge ...
Ok, just got my hands on Flats Pro WF11I. Quite much what I expected it to be. I wish this line would have been on the market earlier, would have saved me from a lot of trouble. It is like improved Leviathan intermediate. The head is lighter and longer (the holding line is actually just part of long...
- Tue Feb 18, 2020 3:40 pm
- Forum: Tackle
- Topic: Lightning Strikes and The Faraday Cage
- Replies: 16
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Electricity will take the easiest path. If you have some roof structure made from metal pipes, that will be taken instead of your body. If you have a wooden or fibeglass boat, I would attach a piece of wire to the metal roof structure and make it go the side of the boat to the water. In storm, don’t...
- Thu Jan 30, 2020 4:49 pm
- Forum: Flycasting - 2 handed
- Topic: Rice Bubble cast, Snap, Crack, and Pop
- Replies: 32
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Snap - not enough traction vs force. This balance can be adjusted with: - less force on the bc - more pause between bc and fc (let the d-loop stop and anchor straighten) - eliminate creep - lift properly before bc (to avoid piled anchor/make anchor straight as possible) - avoid dipping bc (same reas...