Long Belly Distance
TAPER: Weight Forward
CORE: Braided Nylon Multifilament
• True Line Size
• 60ft Head Length
• High Floating
The Long Belly Distance was designed for complete distance versatility. The long head design allows for quick line pick up, roll casting and mending at long distances.
SPECIES: TROUT / SALMON / GRAYLING
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|Freshwater||Floating||Weight Forward||Braided Nylon Multifilament|
|LINE SIZE||GRAIN WEIGHT||HEAD LENGTH||TOTAL LENGTH|
LONG BELLY DISTANCE BREAKDOWN
The Long Belly Distance's unique head design will allow you to cast further and cover more water.
The Long Belly Distance was developed for versatility and distance. The 28ft body paired with the 25ft rear taper allows you to hold more line in the air for precise loop control and accuracy. The 7ft front taper effortlessly turns over nymph rigs, dry flies and streamers. This line features our signature Shooting Technology for a slick, quick shooting finish. The head design lets you roll cast and mend at longer distances with ease.
This line is built in true line size so your rod never feels overloaded when casting maximum distance. The moss and white color change at 22ft helps the angler track and dial in distances. This line features dual welded loops for convenient rigging.
The unique head design is extremely versatile for various water types and fly methods. If you need a line that will cover water efficiently, look no further than the Long Belly Distance.
SPECIES: Trout, Grayling
Long Belly Distance
Learn more details about the Long Belly Distance fly line.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What Temperature Range will this line perform best in?
Our Long Belly Distance fly line is built for cold water environments and will perform best in temperatures between 30 and 70 degrees (F).
Why is this taper ideal for multiple techniques?
The taper design for our Long Belly Distance fly line was built with an extended body and extended rear taper for carrying a lot of line in the air and achieving maximum distance. The 7' front taper effortlessly turns over nymph rigs, streamers and long leaders paired with dry flies.
Why is this line 2 colors?
The orange and white color change helps track casting distance and identify optimal pick up and shooting points. These colors are stealthy yet traceable in freshwater environments.