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Hardyreels 12-08-2012 07:06 PM

Fly Line Weights and Ratings; Company links Here
 
These links may prove helpful to you in sorting out the various manufacturers specs for weights.

RIO Gold - Freshwater Fly Lines | RIO

Airflo Ridge Rangefinder Fly Line

Scientific Anglers Fly Fishing Lines: Freshwater, Saltwater, Spey, Shooting, Leaders, Tippet, Backing

Cortland - 444 Classic Fly Lines

Links were rounded up , thanks to Fred & Jack,

Ard

caseywise 12-08-2012 09:44 PM

Re: Fly Line Weights and Ratings; Company links Here
 
very helpful!;)
thank you guys. just another reason why this forum is so great!:punk::punk:
excellent thread.

casey

stuie675 12-09-2012 12:05 AM

Re: Fly Line Weights and Ratings; Company links Here
 
Yeah agreed, great thread idea Ard. :thumbup:

bass_smash75 03-09-2014 12:15 AM

Re: Fly Line Weights and Ratings; Company links Here
 
Does anyone have information on the woodstock brand sinking line

mojo 03-09-2014 01:57 PM

Re: Fly Line Weights and Ratings; Company links Here
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by bass_smash75 (Post 646973)
Does anyone have information on the woodstock brand sinking line

Designed by Max Yasgur?

ia_trouter 03-09-2014 05:18 PM

Re: Fly Line Weights and Ratings; Company links Here
 
Very helpful links. I have a couple questions. Do the major manufacturers rate their lines the same way? The advertised grain weight is only the head weight, whether that be 30ft or much longer? And what is weighed on a DT line?

fredaevans 03-10-2014 12:26 PM

Re: Fly Line Weights and Ratings; Company links Here
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ia_trouter (Post 647147)
Very helpful links. I have a couple questions. Do the major manufacturers rate their lines the same way? The advertised grain weight is only the head weight, whether that be 30ft or much longer? And what is weighed on a DT line?

Bit of a mixed bag here LT. Under AFTMA only the grains in the first 30 feet are 'counted' and add additional line to that and the count continues to go up. Best example of this would be a double taper line. Every 10'ish foot adds about one line weight in the air.

The lines above really caught my attention due to the head length, those are amazing. We're talking spey line heads on these things!:eek:


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