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Fly-Fishing: Competitive anglers spur use of longer rods

Thursday, January 16, 2014
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Last summer, the company unveiled a series of five long rods, designed for fishing nymphs, but adequate for other uses such as dry flies or streamers. Generations of trout fishers have considered the nine-foot, 5-weight rod the standard all-around choice. Today, Cortland, Sage and Grey’s carry 10-plus-footers in line weights as light as 3....

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