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Dive Curve

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Does anyone have dive curves info for Rapala DDT 11s. My "Bible" edition doesn't have them, and they are the only ones I need info on. I want to know line lengths to get down 20, 25, 30, and deeper if they go that far. Thanks. WJ

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Ill dig out my book and get back to you. are you looking for mono or fireline dive curves?

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Does anyone know of a place online where you can get Dive Curves for free?

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Thanks Travis.....Both of them if its not too much trouble. If anyone has the Big Water version, the lead core curve would be great too. Thanks again.

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here you go.

mono 20-70'

25-115

29-200'

fireline 20-56'

25-86'

30-124'

hope that helps fireline is 10-4 mono is .013 dia.

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My chart also lists 34' at 170' and 35 at 200' out with fireline

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Thanks again, Are you coming up for the Strieffs Tourney?

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yep im leaving next tuesday i hope.

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