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Old 07-21-2009, 12:08 AM
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On the other hand, if it stays fairly windy in your area, you don't want to go too light. Definitely second the heavier midrange advice, I love skeeters and buzzz's. If you like the Polecat, by all means keep throwing it. You might find a Teebird or TL will give you more accuracy w/o sacrificing any D.
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