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Thread: Devon Flyfisher fly lines WF6F or 7 weight

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    Devon Flyfisher fly lines WF6F or 7 weight

    Hi Viz yellow colour , these are great lines, they come with backing, braided but, a leader and tippet.
    Great for reservoir or Sea Trout fishing, guaranteed no memory and they shoot really well, very slick.
    I said years ago i would never pay more the 20 for a trout fly line these more than fit the bill, 18 posted.


    Payment by cash, cheque or BACS transfer

    Thanks

    Richard
    Last edited by devon deer stalker; 16-07-2017 at 10:07.

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    line arrived today and is already on the reel ready to try

    Thanks

    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by night stalker View Post
    line arrived today and is already on the reel ready to try

    Thanks

    Rick
    Great, let me know when you catch the first trout!

    Cheers

    Richard

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    Richard, do you do intermediate and sinking lines?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John725 View Post
    Richard, do you do intermediate and sinking lines?

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    Sorry John, no only floaters
    Cheers
    Richard

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    New season starting very soon, see above for a new fly line.
    Cheers
    Richard

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    Still plenty of time left to catch some fish and buy a new fly line.

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    Hi Richard, I have been fly fishing For 30 years and the most annoying thing is memory on fly lines,
    i have paid top money for top make lines and still memory, and never found a line that's is memory free yet!
    please explain how your lines are memory free ? I'm interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewfish View Post
    Hi Richard, I have been fly fishing For 30 years and the most annoying thing is memory on fly lines,
    i have paid top money for top make lines and still memory, and never found a line that's is memory free yet!
    please explain how your lines are memory free ? I'm interested
    Not sure why, but they are, maybe because i use large arbor reels, but that shouldn't make any difference.
    Remember the Airflo lines, i won several in competitions, used them for string in the end.
    Like you i have spent far too much on fly lines, RIO make excellent lines, and in my experience are memory free, but look at the price of one.

    However, it doesn't matter how good the fly line is, if it isn't loaded correctly in the first instance it will always have memory.
    This is a useful video from my friend Simon Kidd of Snowbee,

    Cheers
    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by devon deer stalker View Post
    Not sure why, but they are, maybe because i use large arbor reels, but that shouldn't make any difference.
    Remember the Airflo lines, i won several in competitions, used them for string in the end.
    Like you i have spent far too much on fly lines, RIO make excellent lines, and in my experience are memory free, but look at the price of one.

    However, it doesn't matter how good the fly line is, if it isn't loaded correctly in the first instance it will always have memory.
    This is a useful video from my friend Simon Kidd of Snowbee,

    Cheers
    Richard
    richard, Yeo that's pretty much how I load my reels, having just brought a new sets of lines, but for the money it's worth the punt, can I order one please , what is your payment methods , cheers Chris size 7 please
    Last edited by jewfish; 05-06-2017 at 19:14.

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