Streamer Sink Tip 15
LINE: Sinking / Floating
TAPER: Weight Forward
CORE: Braided Nylon Multifilament
• 15ft Type 6 Sink Tip
• Short Aggressive Taper
• Floating Running line
Streamer Sink Tip 15 is built with an aggressive short taper design that features a 15 ft type 6 sinking tip (6 Inches Per Second). The over-weighted head loads rods quick and easily casts all streamer patterns. Our Tungsten Tip Technology ensures your flies get down immediately. Designed for larger rivers with deep and fast currents.
SPECIES: Trout, Grayling, Steelhead, Salmon, Bass
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|Freshwater||Sinking / Floating||Weight Forward||Braided Nylon Multifilament|
|LINE SIZE||GRAIN WEIGHT||HEAD LENGTH||TOTAL LENGTH|
STREAMER SINK TIP 15 BREAKDOWN
The Streamer Sink Tip 15 was designed to present unweighted and weighted streamers in the lower water column.
This unique sink tip fly line features an aggressive head design with a short 6 ft. body that loads quickly and shoots large fly’s with minimal false casts. The 15 ft. type 6 (5-6 IPS) sink tip utilizes our revolutionary Tungsten Tip Technology to give your fly a smooth transition into the depths and keep your fly there throughout your retrieve.
We built this fly line a full line size heavy to properly load fast, modern action rods. A 15 ft. sink tip integrated into the head of this fly line allows for complete depth versatility. Work your fly fast to cover the middle water column, get down quickly in heavy currents and riffles, or fish large pools low and slow for those winter streamer bites. Our signature Shooting Technology decreases friction within the guides for a slick shooting feel throughout its entire life span.
Keep your streamer in the strike zone with the Streamer Sink Tip 15 Fly Line.
SPECIES: Trout, Steelhead, Salmon, Bass
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What Temperature Range will this line perform best in?
Our Streamer Sink Tip 15 fly line is built for cold water environments and will perform best in temperatures between 30 and 70 degrees (F).
Why is this line ideal for covering the lower water column?
Our Streamer Sink Tip 15 fly line was designed to keep your fly deep consistently throughout your retrieve. This is a great line for working streamers off bottom on those cold winter days or getting your fly down in heavy current.
Why is this line 2 colors?
The black and green color combination distinguishes the transition between sinking and floating portions of the line, and provides depth reference on your retrieve. These colors are stealthy yet traceable in freshwater environments.