In the last few years we are seeing a huge growth in two handed, spey casting/fishing industry. As more and more people enter the sport, we are seeing a bit of confusion between the differences in shooting head spey lines. Skagit and Scandinavian shooting heads are gaining in popularity, as there are more enjoyable and easier to cast than your average 55-65' Spey line. I wrote the following article to help anglers understand the difference between Skagit and Scandinavian lines, hopefully making your choice on what line to buy or fish a bit easier.
Simplifying Spey Lines: Skagit vs Scandinavian
by: Jason Hartwick
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