Scientific Anglers Wavelength Nymph-Indicator Fly Line - Floating, Weight Forward
About Scientific Anglers Wavelength Nymph-Indicator Fly Line - Floating, Weight Forward
Closeouts. Cast where trout consume up to 90% of their food: beneath the water surface. The Scientific Anglers Wavelength Nymph-Indicator fly line sports a long rear taper and powerful front taper perfect for frequent mending, roll casts, turning over heavyweight nymphs with air-resistant indicators, and getting down deep where the action is.
Specs about Scientific Anglers Wavelength Nymph-Indicator Fly Line - Floating, Weight Forward
- Type: Weight forward
- Loop connections: Yes
- Coating: AST
- Material: Braided multifilament core
- Length: 90'
- Recommended use: Freshwater
- Made in United States of America
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mike from Auburn, ca on Thursday, August 3, 2017I have in 5 wt and in 7 wt for a switch rod. Line is very versatile, not just for indicator fishing. Mending is a lot easier with this line.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mgerwitz from new york on Wednesday, April 12, 2017I bought this for my 10' 7/8 wt and line casts great. I love the indicator tip. makes it much easier to see strikes. great overall performance.
Question & Answer
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“Need a quality floating l line for a TFO Clouser series 8 wt with a fast action. It's rigged right now with fast sinking line for river stripers. Looking for a floating option for topwater bass / striper fishing. Read in a few places that it's often good to go lighter, so the fact that it's only available in a 7 doesn't bother me. But I'm curious what makes this a "nymph/indicator" line vs. just a good quality floating line period? Only thing I can think of is the brightly colored tip specifically targeting nymph fishing for the visual? If that's it, sounds like it'd be fine as a general floating line, but wanted to make sure there wasn't something else I'm missing. Thanks. ”
You are correct is is basically a standard floating line. The bright orange tip is used as an indicator vs using a strike indicator. I use it on a 7/8 wt steelhead rod and works fantastic. I believe it may have a slightly heavier head also to help propel small nymphs. To me it doesn't cast any different than a standard floating line. Very good product through. I am very pleased and would recommend it to others.