Scientific Anglers Premium Fluorocarbon Tippet - Freshwater/Saltwater, 32.8 yds..

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About Scientific Anglers Premium Fluorocarbon Tippet - Freshwater/Saltwater, 32.8 yds..

Closeouts. Whether you're chasing big-mouth bass in a backcountry lake or aiming for saltwater red fish, the Scientific Anglers Premium Fluorocarbon tippet has what it takes to place a fly with precision. It features an ultra-low visibility to lure in even the most-cautious fish.

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4.384615 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 13 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fishpost.net from Avon, Colorado on Thursday, May 11, 2017
Love this tippet, has caught me tons of fish! Stealthy!
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fishpost.net from Avon, Colorado on Thursday, May 11, 2017
    Love this tippet, has caught me tons of fish! Stealthy!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by MIckeyGunns from California, 1 month away from opening day on Tuesday, March 28, 2017
    As advertised.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jim, the Crazy Winter Fly Fisher from Colorado on Wednesday, March 15, 2017
    I use SA tippet especially with multiple flies attached to my leader. The 4X and 5X are what I use most. Because with multiple flies tangling and snagging are common, I often lose much tippet. The SA spool offers a bit more line than others and lasts a bit longer.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chuck M. from Wisconsin on Thursday, January 26, 2017
    Fluorocarbon tippet is excellent for nymphing because it sinks faster than nylon and is more abrasion resistant. I also like fluorocarbon because it seems to be more resilient. Sometimes after executing a clinch knot with smaller nylon tippet I get little curly cues in the line. (Yes, I always wet the knot) I've never seemed to have this problem with flouro. The downside to this tippet is, it can be expensive. I always try to stock up on a few spools when STP has it.
  • Reviewed by TruReview from California on Saturday, January 21, 2017
    I bought 3 spools of this. First trip out, I kept loosing flies and breaking off for a couple of hours...finally realized I was using my "new" SA tippet. I went back to my other tippet and didn't have another problem the rest of the day. I returned them all. I have never had bad tippet before buying this stuff. I know SA makes good stuff...but at least one of the spools I bought was really bad.

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About Scientific Anglers

Scientific Anglers was founded in 1945 by friends and fellow fishermen who introduced the first modern plastic-coated tapered fly line to the market, a revolutionary design in the fly-fishing industry. Scientific Anglers fly lines continued to break new ground with the introduction of the first contemporary floating and sinking fly lines, and Scientific Anglers fly rods cemented the brand’s focus on developing leading-edge technologies that set the industry standard. Scientific Anglers’ commitment to designing and producing the best possible equipment has defined the sport’s history and continues to shape its future, allowing beginning and expert anglers alike to make the most of every cast.