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Scientific Anglers Sonar Stillwater Parabolic Fly Line
    Scientific Anglers Sonar Stillwater Parabolic Fly Line
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      Scientific Anglers Sonar Stillwater Parabolic Fly Line

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    SCIENTIFIC ANGLERS SONAR STILLWATER PARABOLIC SINK FLY LINE


    Sure, the SONAR Stillwater Parabolic Sink sounds scientific, and that’s because it is. These lines sink in a U-shape through the water column, suspending flies just below the bottom and creating enticing action with each strip. Built with 10- and 20-foot textured hang markers, these lines are a stillwater angler’s dream and something many fish will never have seen before.


    FEATURES

    • Designed specifically for the demands of stillwater anglers
    • Based on popular MPX taper
    • Overweighted by two line weights for multiple flies and long leaders
    • Features 10-foot and 20-foot textured hang markers
    • Seamless Density technology provides a smooth transition between densities, eliminates hinging, and provides a straight-line connection to the fly
    • Sinking in a U-shaped profile, this line features a Sink 3 running line, Sink 5 head, and a Sink 3 tip

    TAPER DIAGRAM

    Sonar Stillwater Parabolic Sink

    APPLICATIONS

    Cold Water Type

    Medium Water Type

    Nymphs

    Streamers

    SPECIFICATIONS

    LINE WEIGHTHEAD LENGTHTOTAL LENGTHGRAIN WEIGHT*
    WF-6-S35.5’/10,8m105.0’/32,0m210gr/13,6g
    WF-7-S35.5’/10,8m105.0’/32,0m240gr/15,6g
    WF-8-S35.5’/10,8m105.0’/32,0m280gr/18,1g

    * Grain weight for the first 30′

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    Perfect for searching waters
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    Mark (Salt Lake, Utah) | November 2nd, 2019
    This line is a good sweep line. I like how it pulls your flies down then back up, in a "parabolic" shape. Good for finding fish at unknown depths.