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Leo Moore

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I see Cortland have a new (to me) series of short, mid and long belly spey lines. Has any body tried these, and how are they? Thanks.
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We have test these lines and they work well.
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Tom McCoy

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Poppy,

Do you have any of the Cortlands in your demo program?  I've been itching to try them simply because there is very little information available or comments from users.

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I have a Cortland Precision Longbelly, WF8F.  Its head is 79 feet from tip to the color change at the beginning of the running line, and weighs 684 grains.  The whole line is 144 feet.  It performed well enough on my 15 foot 7/8/9 Highlander. 
cris caldwell

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using a cortland precision WF6F. short (42') on a 12'6" 6 wt. loop xact for me its a great match, also a WF8F on a 14' A.R.E. 7/8 I like them both

                 kind regards,
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