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About LeoCreek

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    N Idaho, NW Montana, E Washington
  1. Have to agree with Fishinwrench on this. I 've been using 333's for many, many years & think they are a great line for the money. Very durable, cast long & short well. The tip doesn't stay up on the floating lines maybe as well as some expensive lines, but it's not bad enough to worry much about. I bought 333's, both floating & sinking, for my sons when they got into fly fishing. They are still working just fine after several years. Anyway, I think they are excellent lines for the money. Tom
  2. WYKnot, I would sure like to try one for an extended period, too....like say the next 20 years or so! Thanks for the report, even if it was just casting at a shop! Tom
  3. Well, I just received a new Classic Trout 8'6" 4wt 4pc rod. What a beauty! I've always liked the Classic Trout series a lot. This new one is a little different looking animal, with the honey brown color, but the classic diamond braid pattern still really shows up nice. I haven't fished it yet, but took it for a spin in the yard. Very silky & smooth, deep flexing with some decent backbone thrown in. A real pleasure to cast. The flex characteristics are pretty close to a similar length & weight Scott G, but a tad faster it seems. I love Scott G's & Classic Trouts for that mid range & shorter stuff! This is going to be a long time friend! I have a line on a dealer with a discount right now if anyone is looking for one. Tom
  4. Does anyone have any feedback on the Orvis Superfine Trout Bum? This 7' 4wt 4pc sounds like it would make a very sweet little travel rod for smaller waters. Just curious about any first hand knowledge of this rod. Thanks! Tom
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