I got off to a slow start with the line and rod, but yesterday went better.
I found my way to this line by purchasing a 2 wt 8' 6" medium-fast rod suggesting a 93 gr 2 wt line. This line is 90 gr. Yesterday was my 3rd time out with the rod and line. I like the combination. If I cast gently the line floats off the rod to its intended target. It's fun, especially on an overcast day with no one else around. It mends easily. I waded along a rock ridge to a spot 20' across from a beaver lodge, drifting a soft hackle below it to a few fish that broke the surface occasionally. I got a bump from a large fish that left a swirl. Minutes later I hooked and netted a 9" brown. I made another cast, and fed out line (maybe 60') to help reach the area of a larger fish. I stripped it in, and with maybe 20' remaining, I raised the tip to find a larger fish on. It bent the rod a bit, but I netted and released the 16" brown. Then the river shut off. I talked with four others who asked, "Have you even seen a fish or bug today?" I admitted to these two browns. I attribute my success to this line, and its smooth working with my the rod. It's pretty sweet.