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What kind of rod do you use for salmon?

Asked: Brad Turkheim, Date Created:

Rod length – 9'6″ allows you to mend line in both float and drift fishing applications which are the most popular techniques for salmon fishing in rivers. 10'6″ is ideal for float fishing, but 9'6″ will work in many conditions and is more optimal for drift fishing.

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