333 Doble Cono

$49.95 USD Oferta Ahorre

El Double Taper Serie 333 fue diseñado para pescadores que aman la sensación de un verdadero diseño de doble cono. Un cono frontal corto lo convierte en una opción ideal para lanzar moscas secas, ninfas o serpentinas. El perfil cónico doble es ideal para remendar y enyesar. El exclusivo color del mango permite una fácil visibilidad en todas las condiciones de iluminación.

- Flexible
- Doble cono
- Flotación alta

AGUA: Agua dulce
LÍNEA: Flotante
CONO: Doble cono
LONGITUD: 90 pies
NÚCLEO: Multifilamento de nailon trenzado
ESPECIES:

Color MANGO
Tamaño DT3F

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WATER LINE DENSITY TAPER CORE
Freshwater Floating Double Taper Braided Nylon Multifilament

LINE SIZE GRAIN WEIGHT TOTAL LENGTH
WF 3 100 gr. 90 ft.
WF 4 120 gr. 90 ft.
WF 5 140 gr. 90 ft.
WF 6 160 gr. 90 ft.

Preguntas más frecuentes

Limpiar la línea de mosca es muy importante, especialmente cuando se pesca en agua salada. Simplemente retire el hilo de su carrete y colóquelo en un balde o tina limpio con agua dulce. Coloque aproximadamente 1 oz o más de la solución Cortland's Line Cleaner en un trapo o toalla limpios. Apriete firmemente la toalla con Pro Line Cleaner alrededor de la línea y lentamente pase la línea a través de la toalla. Deberías poder ver suciedad o rayas descoloridas en la toalla cuando termines.

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Flotar: Neutral
Intermedio lento: 1 IPS (pulgadas por segundo)
Medio Intermedio: 1,5 - 2 IPS (pulgadas por segundo)
Intermedio rápido: 2 - 3 IPS (pulgadas por segundo)
Tasa de caída tipo 3: 3 - 4 IPS (pulgadas por segundo)
Tasa de caída tipo 4: 4 - 5 IPS (pulgadas por segundo)
Tasa de caída tipo 5: 5 - 6 IPS (pulgadas por segundo)
Tasa de caída tipo 6: 6 - 7 IPS (pulgadas por segundo)
Tasa de caída tipo 7: 7 - 8 IPS (pulgadas por segundo)
Tasa de caída tipo 9: 9+ IPS (pulgadas por segundo)

average rating 4.8 out of 5
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4 Reviews
Reviewed by Jacob
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

My favorite line for soft rods

This is one of my favorite lines that I own and it has caught many of my best fish, that being bass, trout, ect...

I primarily fish this line when fishing for trout or using indicators as it can turn them over well.

I enjoy the delicate approach that is offered by this line without an indicator when presenting nymphs and wet flies. Swinging a fly is simple and the long belly allows for Spey casting a viable option aswell.

This line preforms very well with softer actions rods because it can begin a cast with less line as the thin taper at the tips can load a soft rod better than a stiff one. If you are fishing larger water where to need to mend long distances this line works great , the belly of the line being in the center allows you to pick up and mend easily.

I would say that any serious trout angler should consider this line and aswell as anyone looking to start with a little single hand spey.

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Reviewed by George H.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Fantastic LIne

Smooth design. Great for the small trout streams of PA.

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Reviewed by John D.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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333 DT

Started fly fishing back in the ‘60s. Have always used Cortland 333 DT5W. Last for years.

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Reviewed by Wade K.
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I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
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Haven't used it enough yet

My small creek season hasn't really gotten going yet. I have this on a 6'0" 3wt. Cortland Classic Trout specifically for small creeks. I haven't used it more than 5 times yet. So far I like it, but I have not put in enough time with it for a thorough review.

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