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Old 01-27-2006, 05:13 PM
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444 Precision Trout Sink Tip Type 6

444 Precision Trout Sink Tip Type 6

Steve can you get me a price on this in a 6wt?? I also need a price on a Galvan OB-3 Green Spool

Extremely effective for large trout, salmon and steelhead when a faster sinking tip is required. Big water and fast moving rivers offer special challenges to every angler. The Precision Type 6 tip will drop at 6 1/4 to 7 inches per second, getting you to where the fish are quickly. The Type 6 sink tip is a floating, weight forward fly line with a 10’ sinking tip, built on Cortland’s new Rocket2 taper.

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Taper: WF Rocket2
Weights: 4-7
Length: 30 yards
Core: Nylon Braid
Color: 10’ Black sink tip
SL Green body/running line

Cortland 444 SL Precision Tapers are an exciting new line of species specific fly lines designed to turn over flies perfectly, accurately, every time. The Precision Tapers also feature Cortland’s newest performance enhancer, Duraslik®. Duraslik is an entirely new formulation that dramatically increases durability and ensures that these lines will stay slick.
Important new features of the Precision Tapers include (on some models) the availability of half weight line sizes, two tone for easy pickup identification and an exciting new taper design called the Rocket2. Never before has a fly line manufacturer made available fly lines designated by whole and half weights. Driven by the tremendous diversity of fly rod actions, fly anglers will now be able to more precisely match their fly line weight to their rod’s action.
A color change has also been included, indicating the maximum load point for easy pickup. Finally, Cortland, the innovator of the original Rocket taper, now introduces the Rocket2 taper design - more weight up front for directional stability, with a long front taper for delicate, precise presentations backed up by an extra long back taper for maximum aerialization.
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