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  1. Sutehoot

    Shooting line twist

    Just got a Rio Skagit Trout Max for my single hand six-weight, and it's awesome. First true skagit/spey setup, I plan on getting a similar setup to match my two-hander as well. Only problem is my shooting line has twisted insanely after one weekend of fishing. Am I just using too thin of a line, or is it my casting mechanics (which are still pretty raw)? I've got Rio Slickshooter 25lb for the 225 grain head. It hasn't affected the cast much, at least not yet, but if it continues it'll start tangling and getting caught in the guides. Hoping that just upping the shooting line diameter will help...
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