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Scientific Anglers Sonar Sink 30 Fly Line, Cold Water

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Get your fly down to where the fish are with this fast-sinking line. A 30-foot sinking head is attached to an intermediate running line to give you a direct connection to your fly. It's a great choice for cold saltwater and freshwater conditions.

Specs

  • 150 Grain: Rod weight 5-6.
  • 200 Grain: Rod weight 6-7.
  • 250 Grain: Rod weight 7-8.
  • 300 Grain: Rod weight 8-9.
  • 350 Grain: Rod weight 9-10.
  • 400 Grain: Rod weight 11-12.
  • 450 Grain: Rod weight 12-13.
  • Additional Features

  • Excellent streamer line for trout, salmon, striped bass and other cold-water gamefish.
  • Braided multifilament core stays supple in cold conditions.
  • AST coating offers easier shooting with fewer tangles for increased line control and durability.
  • Replaces SA's Mastery Series Textured Coastal Express fly line.
  • Running line is larger diameter for better control.
  • Sink rate of 4 to 8 inches per second.
  • Line identification is printed on the line.
  • Welded loops for easy installation and leader attachment.
  • Made in the USA.
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    Scientific Anglers Sonar Sink 30 Fly Line, Cold Water
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    5 / 5
    March 8, 2017
    Excellent cold water running line
    I fly fish salt water on Cape Cod and, especially early in the season, my issue with fly lines is finding the ones that have running lines that do not... more
    Cape Cod, MA
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