Drew (OH) | October 7th, 2021
Works great. Sometimes feels like it creates a hinge at attachment point but that all versileaders.
Jon (Wv) | July 2nd, 2021
Super cheap answer when trout are taking larger streamers and you don’t want to switch lines.
Ben (Virginia) | July 1st, 2021
This is great way to get into throwing streamers in deeper water and is way cheaper than buying a spare spool with sinking line
John Gleaves (Or) | June 6th, 2021
Great for when you want to switch to streamers and get it down quick in fast water. The short length let me strip in without getting hung up on the guides.
Chris Casto (GA) | May 7th, 2021
I actually cut these down and use them to just get the very tip of my fly line to sink, especially when using lighter streamers in moderate current and shallow water. I don't have to worry about getting hung, but I can get bouyant flies under the surface early in the retrieve. Plus, an 18"-24" section of this stuff is easier to throw when a little extra distance is useful.
Matt Neal (Dayton, O) | May 3rd, 2021
I'm quite a novice and I've struggled with getting my fly down where I want it fast enough. I fussed with weights and "standard" leaders before. This was the missing piece for me, great for streamers.
Ian Linfoot (Australia) | March 1st, 2021
Works well on my 6wt. Nymph upstream and swing streamers back down. Turns a floating line into a sink tip with ease. Makes using a one rod set up all the more versatile.
Chad (Ohio) | October 29th, 2020
Great leaders to use for streamers when all you have is a floating line. Used in WV and it worked great.
Nick (New York) | September 9th, 2020
First time trying these leaders on with a 5 wt floating line. The sink rate seemed about right for the waters I fish but I’d like to try a faster sink rate. I’ve also used these in Stillwater for bass and panfish and they work well. No problem turning it all over with my 5wt.
Max Becker (Northern MI) | July 2nd, 2020
Love these sinking leaders. Great for swinging and stripping small streams!