It depends on the type of fishing you want to do. What do you like lakes or streams?
If you ain't fishing any of these flies. What are you doing?? Using worms.as far as nymphs, dries or streamers I haven't got that far yet.
Substantially agree, with the exception of the Type 3 full sink. A floating line should be the first line you own; it will be the most used. The second line, in my opinion, should be a sink tip, type 3. Dave Hughes recommends this sequence/combo, as well. You can cover a lot of fishing conditions with these two lines . . .I agree, start with a weight forward floating line. That'll cover you for dries, nymphs, and a lot of streamer fishing as well. Since you've got an extra spool, maybe you want to put a type III full sink on it, assuming you're going to invest in a float tube and get yourself out on some lakes as well.