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Scientific Anglers Fluorocarbon Tippet - 100 Meter Guide Spool

$39.95

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    Set for the season.

    When you're spending upwards of 100 days a year on the water, you want to be well-equipped to catch any fish with a tippet tender full of Scientific Anglers' 100 Meter Guide Spools of Fluorocarbon Tippet. These high-capacity spools will carry all the tippet you need for a full season of fishing and are made from a fluorocarbon material. Not only does fluorocarbon more durable than standard nylon leaders, but it is also less visible to selective trout.

    • Fluorocarbon
    • 109 yards
    • Built-in cutter
    • Item #SAS001U

    Tech Specs

    Material
    fluorocarbon
    Overall Length
    109 yards
    Size
    7 X, 6 X, 5 X, 4 X, 3 X
    Test
    [7X] 2 lb, [6X] 3 lb, [5X] 4.1 lb, [6X] 5.5 lb, [7X] 7.1 lb
    Diameter
    [7X] 0.10 mm, [6X] 0.13 mm, [5X] 0.15 mm, [4X] 0.18 mm, [3X] 0.2 mm
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing

    Tech Specs

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    Lose Less Fish

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I go with this in pretty much all trout fishing scenarios. It is stronger and doesn't cast a shadow like regular nylon tippets to spook pressured fish in gin clear water. Stronger knots mean less re-rigging flies and break offs and more landing fish.

    Way to go if your using a lot of tippet

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Fantastic product and no reason to go shorter lengths when you are going fluro if you know you will be using it up. it doesn't go bad as quickly as mono and a much less of a chance you'll be stranded when you've got a good hatch coming off.