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Scientific Anglers Sonar S3/S5/S7 Fast Sink Fly Line
    Scientific Anglers Sonar S3/S5/S7 Fast Sink Fly Line
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    • SKU: sa-sonar-titan-int-s3-s5-s7-line
      Scientific Anglers Sonar S3/S5/S7 Fast Sink Fly Line

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    SCIENTIFIC ANGLERS SONAR TITAN S3/S5/S7 FAST SINK FLY LINE

    Get this: Scientific Angler took one of our most popular tapers, the Titan, drenched it in various mixtures of tungsten powder, and created a triple-density sinking fly line that will absolutely change the way you fish streamers forever. This is a fully tapered sinking line, so it casts like a floater, but provides a straight-line sinking connection to your streamer. The days of chucking and ducking are finally over. Welcome to the triple-density revolution.

    FEATURES

    • Loads quickly and delivers the biggest flies to the furthest targets
    • Excellent turnover due to short, powerful head
    • Triple density construction provides straight-line connection to fly
    • Shooting Texture reduces friction, providing longer casts, easier pick-up, and increased durability
    • For temperate climates
    • Braided multifilament core
    • Sink Rates: Sink 3 = 2.5 – 3.5 ips | Sink 5 = 4.5 – 6.0 ips | Sink 7 = 7.0 – 8.0 ips
    • SA SONAR TITAN WF S3S5S7 X (X = line weight)


    Sonar Titan S3 S5 S7

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    Got me to the bottom!
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    GB (California) | January 26th, 2020
    Picked up one of these in 8 weight, 7 ips. I used it yesterday and it shined. I was dragging bottom for winter largemouth. It got me down quick and seemed to do so in a uniform way. I was casting big bunny leeches on a fast rod. Threw them well. (I didn’t catch anything, but that’s not the line’s fault.)