if you can get a hold of SA's single hand skagit, it really casts more like a scandi, but will throw tips all day as well. the good thing about these lines is that they are available in 40grain increments starting from 280 to 400 at 22 and 23ft, great for any of the lighter and shorter two handers both old and new (sage 6126 brownie to these dechos). Mike D and I have been meaning to give this a shot on his 4119 decho, it should do the job as the 40+ felt a bit clunky for that stick. theres just no taper to it. take a look at the diagram on the back of the single hand skagit box. you form that bullet loop, and the rest is along for the ride, and with the grains sitting just outside the tip top, it loads quick and doesnt have that clunky feel. the tip diameter at .056'' allows strong tip turnover without "wrinkling out" towards the end of the cast. it also has the grain weights, which should be pretty useful as the dechos have actual grain windows, not just recommended line weights.