By Jason C.
Port Angeles, WA
One of the best "Modern" Mid-Belly Lines
June 2, 2017
I have been eager to try this line for some time, and finally took advantage when my brother gave a give certificate from Tackle Direct for my birthday. Over the past few years, I have grown to prefer longer lines on my Spey rods rather than Skagit and Scandinavian shooting heads as they challenge me to maintain proper casting form and cast further while managing less running line. I have tried a number of mid belly lines over the years and this was an instant favorite. Although I would not chop and loop this line for tips because of its delicate taper, that same delicate taper makes touch and go casts like the single spey and snake roll a real pleasure. For dryline work, this is easily my favorite line that I've used so far.
Pros-Casts easy -Casts long -Tight loops
Cons-Does not throw weighted flies well -Does not throw tips or polyleaders well
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