Kyogi Lines and Rigging

by Les Albjerg
(Caldwell, Idaho)

Kyogi  quadfecta!

Kyogi quadfecta!

I know Chris is going on vacation tomorrow. So this is a head up! I was the benefactor of some 5.5 level fluorocarbon Sanyo Valcan line to try out. (Thanks!) I will be testing it out this week.

I find very little written about lines and rigging for the Kyogi rods. I have some favorites. For all of you Kyogi fishermen and fisherwomen out there, after the 11th of June, I think it would be great if we could have a sharing of knowledge on the Blog. Several times Chris has shot me a Personal Email with questions about my rigging, so that it could be passed on to someone else. I hope I have given good advice. Some pooled wisdom here could give Chris the material to add to the Kyogi page so those who are buying one of these wonderful rods will get off to a good start.

I will go through my notes and do some more testing this week, and submit my findings to start the discussion after Chris is back a few days. Weather has settled, the carp should be on the flats for me next week!

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