About Scientific Anglers Sonar Saltwater Hover Fly Line - Sinking, Weight Forward
Closeouts. Salt-water durability, extra-slow sink rate. The Scientific Anglers Sonar Saltwater Hover fly line doubles-down on fishing gently sinking streamers with a slow retrieval in tropical salt waters.
Specs about Scientific Anglers Sonar Saltwater Hover Fly Line - Sinking, Weight Forward
- Type: Weight forward,Sinking
- Loop connections: Yes
- Coating: Polyurethane
- Material: Braided multifilament core with Tropi-Core technology
- Length: 100'
- Sink rate: 1 ips
- Recommended use: Saltwater
- Made in United States of America
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joshuadowdjones from Atlantic Beach, NC on Saturday, November 11, 2017I spooled this line on my Sage 3210 and mounted it on my throwback McGill & Wright Eagle Claw Granger 9-10 Graphite Rod and went on the hunt for False Albacore off the coast of Shackelford Banks, NC. This line was the perfect compliment to this set up and I was definitely pleased at the performance!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by rxflyfisher from Delaware on Monday, December 19, 2016I bought this for bonefish in the Bahamas but won't get a chance to try it before the end of March. I like the bi-color and I do believe it will work really well for shallow water fishing where you don't need a floating line. This will be a secondary line/reel and I don't think it will replace a floater, but there may instances where it will excel -- I am hoping. Excellent price for a quality product.
Question & Answer
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I got the WF-10-H line. The grain weight is stated as 305gr so that should give you some indication. The head length is 12.5m which is the same for 10, 11, & 12wt lines. There is a bar code label on the box... these are the associated numbers- 8 40309 12125 5
Hope this helps. I have not used the line yet but have it loaded on a reel for my upcoming Andros trip. Oh, oh I just saw the note saying the sink rate is 1.00 inch per second.