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
Albie Run - Shackelford BanksVerified 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!
Untried Saltwater Fly LineVerified 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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“What is the product sku or number?
There's are numerous hover lines with different sink rates.”
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.