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  weight can be beneficial as well
  Posted by: daggermat on Apr-25-13 8:44 AM (EST)
 

I find sometimes the aluminum pole can get too light in fast moving water in approx. 2-4' depth and wants to get swept by the current. I have one that seemed to be leaking a week or so back, but I was able to plant this one easier than the other in a cl.2 rocky attainment on the Shepaug. Felt like it had maybe a pound of water in it.

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