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Scientific Anglers Spey Evolution Fly Line - Weight Forward, 130’

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Overview

About Scientific Anglers Spey Evolution Fly Line - Weight Forward, 130’

Closeouts. An excellent all-around spey line that thrives on use with indicator rigs, Scientific Anglers Spey Evolution fly line has a medium-length head with a powerful front taper for improved turnover and line control.

Specs

Specs about Scientific Anglers Spey Evolution Fly Line - Weight Forward, 130’

  • Type: Weight forward
  • Loop connections: Yes
  • Coating: AST
  • Material: Polyurethane, braided multifilament core
  • Length: 130'
  • Recommended use: Freshwater
  • Made in United States of America
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Question & Answer

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  • “How do the differnet grains compare to weights? 600 grains vs a 5 wt line?”
    Asked by Erik from Wisconsin on 12/12/2017 10:14:39 PM
    • Standard head weight for a 5WT is ~146, so it's about 4x as heavy.
      Answered on 4/4/2018 1:32:30 PM by Brian from MN
    • For Skagit and similar Spey-like lines, I have seen references to using a line wt 2 or 3 above the rated weight of the rod. That is for switch rods. You probably would not want to cast these Spey-type lines with a normal single-handed rod, but I suppose you could. I bought 2 switch rods - a 7 wt and an 8/9 wt rod. Now I'm looking at using a 9 or 10 wt line on the 7wt and an 11 or 12 wt line on the other rod. I'm not sure at this time exactly what that equals in terms of the grain weight designation. It's all very confusing and seems that you must try out the various lines with your rod to see which ones it performs best with...and then equip yourself with MOW tips of various sink rates. Reminds me of just getting started in fly fishing - which it essentially is.
      Answered on 9/13/2018 4:01:12 PM by rxflyfisher from Delaware

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.