5 wt 444
The worlds most Supple fly line!
One of the all-time classics, our Peach line has set a standard for durability and all around performance for over 50 years. Great for dry fly fishing, nymphing and throwing small streamers. This line is offered in a Weight Forward or Double Taper.
- Easy Casting
- Ultra Supple
- High Floating
TAPER: Weight Forward
CORE: Braided Nylon Multifilament
SPECIES: Trout / Salmon / Steelhead / Carp / Bass / Atlantic Salmon / Panfish / Grayling
United States deliveries usually take 3-8 business days.
International deliveries can take up to 7 - 18 days.
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|Freshwater||Floating||Weight Forward||Braided Nylon Multifilament|
|LINE SIZE||GRAIN WEIGHT||HEAD LENGTH||TOTAL LENGTH|
|WF 3||100 gr.||32 ft.||90 ft.|
|WF 4||120 gr.||32 ft.||90 ft.|
|WF 5||140 gr.||32 ft.||90 ft.|
|WF 6||160 gr.||32 ft.||90 ft.|
|WF 7||185 gr.||32 ft.||90 ft.|
|WF 8||210 gr.||32 ft.||90 ft.|
|WF 9||240 gr.||32 ft.||90 ft.|
Cleaning your fly line is very important especially when fishing saltwater. Simply pull line off your reel into a clean bucket or tub of freshwater. Put roughly 1oz or more of Cortland’s Line Cleaner solution onto a clean rag or towel. Firmly squeeze the towel with Pro Line Cleaner around the line and slowly pull line through the towel. You should be able to see dirt or discolored streaks on the towel when finished.
Learn more about Cortland's Fly Line Cleaner Lubricant & Pads.
Slow Intermediate: 1 IPS (Inches Per Second)
Medium Intermediate: 1.5 - 2 IPS (Inches Per Second)
Fast Intermediate: 2 - 3 IPS (Inches Per Second)
Type 3 Sink Rate: 3 - 4 IPS (Inches Per Second)
Type 4 Sink Rate: 4 - 5 IPS (Inches Per Second)
Type 5 Sink Rate: 5 - 6 IPS (Inches Per Second)
Type 6 Sink Rate: 6 - 7 IPS (Inches Per Second)
Type 7 Sink Rate: 7 - 8 IPS (Inches Per Second)
Type 9 Sink Rate: 9+ IPS (Inches Per Second)
The worlds most Supple fly line!
I’ve been fly fishing for 35 years and tried all the major brands. The 444 peach is simply the best fly line there is.
Just the best line I ever fished with. I fished with all the other major brands and the 444 peach beats them all. I hope cortland never stops making this fly line.
I love the 444 Peach DT in 4, 5, and 6 weights for trout, and the 444 Peach WF in size 8 is great for freshwater bass with poppers, and streamers in shallow water.
I started Flyfishing seriously about 50 years ago and 444 Peach was about the only fly line available, and it worked in all conditions. And It still does. To many folks go for the next new thing. I say you can’t go wrong with the same old thing.
I have been using Cortland 444 Fly Line for 50+ years. It is still the best line out there
4wt on a pink reel looks really nice and cast like a dream.
7wt was for the old school on a 1495 1/2 preforms well on an old Wright & McGill Trailmaster 444 brings the old rod to life.
For me, it's the greatest fly line, period. I fish double taper lines with a bamboo fly rod, and nothing out performs the 444 on the small rivers and creeks in Wisconsin's Driftless area. I've used nothing but the Cortland 444 Peach for 30 years.
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