SCIENTIFIC ANGLERS MASTERY ANADRO/NYMPH FLY LINE
If you’re anything like us, the allure of big fish and big rivers is intoxicating. That’s precisely why Scientific Anglers created the Anadro/Nymph fly line. Designed with line control in mind, its extended rear taper allows you to cast a mile, mend with authority, and turn over nearly any rig imaginable—from dredging double nymphs to larger dry-dropper concoctions. Steelhead, salmon, and trout won’t know what hit them.
- Long rear taper for extended line control and long-distance casting
- Ideal for roll casting and long-distance mending
- Overweighted to assist in turning over heavy rigs
- Use one size heavy for switch rods
- For use in moderate and cold climates
- Braided multifilament core
|LINE WEIGHT||HEAD LENGTH||TOTAL LENGTH||GRAIN WEIGHT*|
|WF-4-F||60.0’ / 18,3m||100.0’ / 30,5m||150gr / 9,7g|
|WF-5-F||60.0’ / 18,3m||100.0’ / 30,5m||175gr / 11,3g|
|WF-6-F||60.0’ / 18,3m||100.0’ / 30,5m||200gr / 12,8g|
|WF-7-F||61.0’ / 18,6m||100.0’ / 30,5m||225gr / 14,5g|
|WF-8-F||62.0’ / 18,9m||100.0’ / 30,5m||260gr / 16,8g|
|WF-9-F||63.0’ / 19,2m||100.0’ / 30,5m||305gr / 19,8g|
|WF-10-F||63.0’ / 19,2m||100.0’ / 30,5m||355gr / 23,0g|
* Grain weight for the first 30′
5.00/5 Stars out of 6 Reviews
KS (DE) | February 24th, 2022
I also have this line in the amplitude smooth series and I needed a second one for a different rod and decided to try the Mastery series. Not quite as smooth as the Amplitude, but casts well and has great mending characteristics. This line is definitely on the heavy side and will load your rod quickly. Handles multiple split shot on you leader well. Recommended.
Larry (Northern California) | February 1st, 2022
Just received the 6 wt. line. Already have it in a 7 wt. Fantastic line. Going to use the 6 wt.as a stillwater line for my Loomis IMX Pro 9'6" 6 wt rod. Thanks, ReelFlyRod, for the great service.
Cade (UT) | November 29th, 2021
This is the best still water line I’ve ever owned. I pair it with my 10 ft 6 Wt for still water indicator fishing and love it. I’ve worn it out. Noticed a nick in it last week and plan to order it again soon.
David Taylor (CO) | September 21st, 2021
Anadro is a terrific line, though you probably want the right rod for it. One with some backbone. The head is quite hefty but is followed by a long, gradual taper on the body. You can throw a tremendous amount of line with an Anadro. You can also shoot a lot of line with just one backcast, as the heavy head can serve as a shooting head. The long body allows for lots of mending capability. I use a 7 wt on a 7wt rod and even a powerful 6-wt.
Eric (NY) | May 18th, 2021
I have the WF8F line on my 8W rod. Out of the box it was smooth casing with only a little bit of coil memory.
I'll see how it holds up over this season but so far I like it.
Doug (NC) | November 1st, 2019
I bought the WF9F line for salmon fishing in upstate NY. It worked great! FYI, the first few feet are bright yellow, then it transitions to bright green. I even broke my brand new rod on the first day (without breaking this line or leader or tippet) and swapped reels to out this new line in an old 8 weight rod and did just fine for the rest of the trip.