Enzo (Nh) | June 13th, 2021
Use this for stripers in NH. Easy to cast from the shore. I even use it bass fishing when throwing heavy flies
MF (PA) | April 5th, 2021
Wonderful line to cast. This sink rate is greatand get the fly to the fish!
Forrest Hildebrant (NJ) | March 5th, 2021
Gets the files where I need them gets down to the feeding zone overall great line
Zack (Rhode Island) | February 19th, 2021
This review is a bit of an odd one . I have used more lines than I can even remember or care to list . However this line for my north east salt water application has been the best by a country mile . So much so that I order in an 8 wt float 9 wt intermediate 10 wt float and sink. The strange part about it is it’s THIS particular line that is incredible...not the brand per say . I have not so great experiences with the outbound short line.
Jonathan (New Jersey) | January 1st, 2021
I had bought this in the floating version, and now I bought the 400grain sink tip, it is once again, amazing, I could not be happier with it, it is slick, casts a mile, and gets the fly to the fish. I would recommend this to anyone fishing cold water
Jimmy (Arizona) | October 8th, 2020
This is a great line - casts well and in low light easy to see - used it for albies and stripers out of Montauk and my friend the guide loved it too!
martin e kim (Hamilton, MA) | July 14th, 2020
Sought to have a line to fish from the shore some schoolies. I bought an 8wt intermediate and works great! cast well and it’s a really smooth line. I would buy again the same libe.
Chris (Maine) | July 12th, 2020
This is the best sink tip line I’ve found for saltwater. Gets the flies down in the strike zone where the fish are at.
Jonathan (Jersey City) | July 8th, 2020
I recently bought this line as a replacement for a SA line that broke on me while fishing. I have the WF8F and I am so glad I bought this line, low stretch. floats great. gradual 30ft front taper (so not a shooting head line). loads my 8wt and my 9wt amazingly, if you need a way to lightly present flies or throw 100ft on an 8-10 wt line to spooky stripers/blues/albies with/out wind or just blind casting, this is the line for you.
Steven Drew (Massachusetts) | April 28th, 2020
I had been fishing Sci Angler and Orvis lines - they were little light on my Sage X 8 & 9 - these lines pair beautifully with the rods - added 15 feet no problem.