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    Fishing the Collie Dog …

    ... can be quite productive and exciting, but also a curse with a medium-long belly line. After pulling all that line, you have to do the oposite before casting.

    Therefore, I am thinking about buying a SH or a short belly line for that purpose; in other words, I am looking for a proper set up to fish the monkey/sunray/collie.

    Joining the dark side, a few would say ...

    Tried the SH rod approach, but it was difficult to cast properly such a large fly (too light a line - #7- to win over the air resistance of the fly?).

    My DH rods are the T&T #10-5, T&T #11-6 (my favourite rod), and a Sharpes of Aberdeen #8/9, 13’3” with 6 sections. Do I need another rod? I hope not, but …

    Paulo

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    Re: Fishing the Collie Dog …

    Try skagit fishing big sunrays is no prob with skagit you might need a cheeter
    Tight lines

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