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Fly Rod Choice For North Texas Carp and Largemouth Bass

| June 19, 2017

My Choices for boat rods fly fishing for carp and bass North Texas

Opinions on fly rods are, like opinions in general; you know … everybody has one. The reality is the best rod for you is the one that best matches your cast. If you cast enough, I mean a WHOLE LOT, the rod matters a lot less than the ability to change rods – from a mountain 2 weight to a saltwater 12 weight. If your cast is locked and loaded, you could do both rods (and anything in between) in the same day – and the action of the rod is inconsequential.

I am on the water Tuesday morning, so enjoy this and I will get the continuation of this video out (the 360 Nikon maybe) later this week. I apparently had two cameras going (double live GONZO!), and may just run both for your comparisons sake. This Nikon 360 software is nothing short of a nightmare!

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Category: Casting, Equipment, Flats Boats, Fly Fishing For Carp, Fly Fishing for Largemouth Bass, Fly Fishing Video, Fly Rods, On The Water, Paid Reading Content, TECHNICAL, Technique

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