Yep, I had forgotten them, but I have a couple of them too, bought for 3 & 4 wt rods, and not a line I use for much other than panfishing.I forgot that I also have their "Fairplay" lines in most weights of WF configuration as cheap loaner/yard cast/weight testing/dirty water lines, These are not especially good lines but they cast well enough and are cheap. With local availability at Walmart etc.
I too, have these lines and like them both. The Omni Verse is similar to the SA Mastery Expert Distance Taper. It is available in 4wt. and the EDT is not. I’m not sure if any EDT lines are now. I like the Modern trout for close in dry fly presentation. If I ever use a nymph on my 8 1/2 One I’d use it for that too.I have and use Cortland Omni Verse (now Long Belly) and Modern Trout. Both have long rear tapers. Omni Verse is true weight and Modern Trout is 1/2 heavy. I like both.
Thanks for reminding me, I have a DT sylk as well. I use it on my Circa as a Stillwater dry fly set up with an Orvis Battenkill reel.444 Sylk is very thin and gives very delicate presentation. It is my back up line gor my boo rods when my natural lines are wet or if I just shush a short session and am too lazy to take out the natural silk lines.
444 Peach is an absolute no non sense top quality general purpose line that in my experience outlives most SA and Rio lines, much more attractive price point too
It is an incredible line in hot weather, shoots like it's going to pull the reel thru the guides!I just recently tried the Liquid Crystal line on a 6 wt. I got to cast it a few minutes before a thunderstorm sent me back to the boat ramp. I cast well, but I didn't get a fish.