Fly fishing line Manufactured with our advanced computer controlled production system to achieve the different tappering profiles to meet the diverse needs of fly fishermen world wide.
Special taper design and different core cover formulations make for a consistant, precise and accutrate cast under any condition.
Fly lines available as: (WF) Weight Forward, (DT) Double Taper, (L)Level taper, (SH) Shooting Head
perception floating trout fly line this Perception floating trout line helps anglers connect with more fish than ever before. Built with ultra-low stretch core, Perception lines provide groundbreaking levels of sensitivity for intuitively better cast timing, easier line lift and sharp, precise mends. Lack of stretch also means enhanced detection of subtle takes and faster reaction time when setting the hook. the color system improves casting accuracy by making it easy to gauge exact distances with a quick glance. l Unique three-color SureFire system ensures deadly accurate distance control l Core improves casting timing, hook set and mending l Easy tag to quickly identify fly line Size chart:
Perception fly line
Available in Floating, and Intermediate Sinking Line
Weight-forward taper (WF) These are the most popular and the best choice if you are a beginner The first 30 feet or so of line is heavier because of its tapered front end The rest of the line is thinner and is known as the running line The weight-forward line helps with long casts and better precision even in windy conditions
Shooting taper (ST) ST lines cast farther than other lines so they are designed for fast-running rivers and in extreme wind conditions. The line portion (front section) is stout and short to form a casting loop. Most anglers attach a shooting line on the running line using monofilament, braided line or a very fine diameter fly line
Level taper(L) These lines are uniform in diameter throughout, making them the most economical If you are a beginner don't try to save money this way. Level taper lines are the most difficult to cast so they really are best used by seasoned veterans, Primarily for fly fishing with live bait.