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Scientific Anglers Frequency Sink Tip Fly Line

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    Frequency Sink Tip Fly Line

    Streamers were meant to be fished low and dirty, so get that meat whistle down low and in front of fish fast with the Scientific Anglers Frequency Sink Tip Fly Line. Great for steelhead, salmon, smallmouth bass, or trout, this durable fly line excels when casting big streamers and multiple nymphs. The mid-length head provides anglers with more control of their line at long distances, and the sinking, ten-foot tip pulls your fly beneath the surface quickly.

    • Braided multifilament core
    • Advanced Shooting Technology
    • Welded loop
    • Fast-sinking 10-foot tip (Type III)
    • Mid-length head
    • Item #SAS001S

    Material
    braided multifilament core
    Overall Length
    85 ft
    Fly Line Weight
    5 WF, 6 WF, 7 WF, 8 WF
    Fly Line Style
    sink tip
    Fly Line Type
    weight forward
    Sink Rate
    (type III) 2.5 - 4 ips
    Tip
    (sinking) 10 ft
    Belly
    30 ft
    Rear Taper
    2 ft
    Running Line
    40 ft
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing

    Tech Specs

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    >Rating: 4

    decent streamer line

    Familiarity:
    I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Its always streamer season

    >Rating: 5

    Great for streamer weather.

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    I put this on an old reel and it's great to switch to for streamer fishing. Helps keep the streamer down in deep pools and I've had some success fishing the banks of the res too. A+

    >Rating:

    Why does this line say it is good for moving water? What would be a sink tip alternative for still water?

    >Rating:

    Would this line be good for saltwater?