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  • n. The quality or degree of being castable.


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  • It fits perfectly in your hand and it’s easy to navigate the components; its castability is that of a more expensive reel; it has a very smooth action with no bird-nests.

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  • Mono works much better and the visibility you give up is more than made up by its castability and low memory.

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  • The “castability” and drag system are very smooth.

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  • I've used alot of berkeley and trilene, I've been real impressed w/Vanish's strength and castability, and have been slowly switching most of my bass and ultralight reels to it when I can afford it.

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  • I have never had a rod with the castability that they have infused into their rods.


  • In field tests, the knot strength was excellent and castability was superb.


  • This lightweight stick provides just the right combination of castability, hooksetting power, and shock absorption for dealing with a trophy-class crappie — or whatever else you encounter.

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  • Silicon is used in the aluminum industry to improve castability and weldability, not to add strength.


  • This significantly improves process control of the vacuum degassing process and produces more stringent quality grades with improved castability.

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  • If you have the faintest doubt about the castability of the pose you have given your character, contact Tony @ ermtony@gmail. com

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