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Wanted to get loose for RedFly #14 next Saturday. Battled the wind Sunday and ended up with a few of these guys with the biggest being around 24". All fish were caught on a High Flies Mulletaire. The most important thing was to get acquainted with my Scott Sector 6 wt. Everything you may have read or heard about these rods are true! Next level rods!!

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An 846 came home with me after fingering and casting it.
 
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Anybody used the 8'4" 6 weight? Opinions?
Cast one on pavement - very different from the 9 foot models. A standard 7 weight line was about perfect. Easy light feel out to 50-60 feet. Only had that and a 6 parking lot line to try. It might also be good with one of the heavy for label weight lines. 6 wt Flats Pro might be nice.
 

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8'4" 10 wt. is a magic rod, would be great for permit and tarpon from a skiff. Amazing with a Grand Slam 10.
Feels ridiculously light in hand.
 
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