Favorite Beach cannon

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  1. ibn

    ibn Moderator Staff Member

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    I use the 6wt clear line outbound short. The head is an intermediate, while the running line floats. I'll be using the same line in a 7 or 8wt version for pinks in Puget Sound starting next month.

    http://www.rioproducts.com/product.php?recKey=139
     
  2. Jim Wallace

    Jim Wallace Smells like low tide

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    That ain't no "cannon," Chester. In surf jargon, that 10' floating pier would be classified as an "Aircraft Carrier." OK, I'll give you "loose cannon" if your leash snaps, or if the weight of that battleship yanks your leg off during a wipeout.:rofl:
     
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    Thanks IBN, I was not even aware of that line :beathead:
     
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    G. Loomis Cross Current GLX 6 WT with Outbound lines :thumb:
     
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    Saltman "Just Fish!"

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    Beulah 7/8 "Surf Rod"!!!! OMG :thumb:
     

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