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I agree with both Rottal and Tomcat. The WF-F is the way to go when fishing bigger water and bucking wind. I loved to chase post ice out fish in Wyomin and would be throwing big streamers for cruising bruisers. The wind and long casting distance was the big reason for this. My favorite fishing on earth would be small streams chucked full of brookies. These normally small fish in tight quarters do not require long casts. Streams like the one up Guanilla pass are a perfect place to use a DT-F where you are in tight quarters. Streams choked with willows as well require you to head strait up the stream. Here I bust out the 2 weight Orvis and DT-F and start throwing caddis and royal wulfs and terestrialls and knock em dead. All have fun and keep fishing!
Craig
 
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