WTB 6wt Outbound Intermediate (or similar beach line)

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by golfman44, Dec 7, 2013.

  1. golfman44 Coho Queen

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    Looking for an intermediate beach line....leave offers please (for a very fast action 6wt...think sage tcx/method fast). I'm turning into an src bum and have been rocking a floating line but want to try some sub surface stuff
  2. chrome/22 For him there whould always be the riddle of steel

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  3. Alexander Fishon

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    if you like your floating line you could just go intermediate poly leader.
  4. LCnSac Active Member

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    I have a NIB SA Wet Cell Intermediate (1.25 - 1.75 ips) 100' running line, .035, no loop. You can build or buy your own heads to suit. I never used it as my system is all integrated. $20 shipped.
  5. zen leecher aka bill w born to work, forced to fish

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    I have a 6 weight sink tip that needs a new home.
  6. Stonefish Triploid and Humpy Hater

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    If you have a super fast 6wt rod, don't overlook uplining it to a 7 wt especially for beach fishing.
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  7. Danielocean Steelhead Virgin

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    Have you tried the new i columbia heads yet? Those are pretty good.
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  8. LCnSac Active Member

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    If it were me, and I really was pursuing a specific species and was committed, I'd buy the Outbound Short matching the rod line size. It is the greatest line ever. I have a floater and a sinker in #8 and an intermediate in a #11. It makes you look like a casting genius. $80 but good for a decade. Integrated lines are the best IF you don't need to change sink rates frequently. With some practice, you can cast all 100' of this line.

    I would trade in my SA Uniform Sinks for these lines in #6 if I was convinced the OBS lines are weight compensated so they don't belly. Not a problem so far in detecting strikes, but Striper takes are not difficult to detect as you're always fast stripping.
  9. golfman44 Coho Queen

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    Yea I have this line in an 8 wt floater it is amazing and is why I made this thread
  10. golfman44 Coho Queen

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    Wow it's already got an intermediate version? R&D is moving fast.
  11. golfman44 Coho Queen

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    Found one on clearance for $35 thanks guys