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NEW! Orvis Hydros Bank Shot Sink Tip Fly Line
    NEW! Orvis Hydros Bank Shot Sink Tip Fly Line
    Purchase NEW! Orvis Hydros Bank Shot Sink Tip Fly Line
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      NEW! Orvis Hydros Bank Shot Sink Tip Fly Line

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    • $79.00

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    NEW! 2020 ORVIS HYDROS BANK SHOTSINK TIP FLY LINE

    Hydros Bank Shot Sink Tip is designed to be a versatile, quick-shooting fly line to handle a multitude of situations. Great for one-time casts to a bank, delivering large flies, roll casts, and single hand Spey. This line is powerfully built with a short, heavy head with 8' fast sink tip with a 5 ips sink rate. Loads the rod quickly and reduces the need for false casts. Smooth coated line with AST patented dry-slick technology provides continual line protection and slickness. Dual welded loops for easy, seamless connection to backing and leader. Orvis Line ID for quick and easy identification. Color change at 30'. Black sink. Olive tip. Orange line. 90' total length. Line weights 5-11. Made in USA.

    FEATURES
    • Versastile powerful head to reduce false casts
    • 8' fast sink tip with 5 ips sink rate
    • Smooth coating with AST slickness
    • Color change at 30'. Line length 90'
    • Dual welded loops
    • Braided multifilament core for cold to moderate temps
    • Orvis Line ID for quick and easy identification
    • Line weights 5-11

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    Eric G (NJ) | June 7th, 2020
    Purchased the Orvis Bankshot WF7-F/S7. I've heard good things about the line. Haven't used the line a whole lot but it does cast well and sink well. Landed a decent brown trout on it while using an articulated streamer in a run where nymphing produced no results. I guess throwing a large streamer on a sinking line was the way to go. I use to use a 5' loop to loop sink tip on my fly line with some success, but i think this line puts my streamer in the zone better.