Scientific Anglers® Lefty Kreh Signature Series Fly Line

   

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''These new lines practice what I preach – they make fly fishing easy and fun''
Lefty Kreh – Fly fishing icon and one of fly fishing’s best-known writers for more than 50 years, Lefty has caught more than 100 species with fly lines from Scientific Anglers.

Once again, Scientific Anglers® has hit a home run by developing an excellent all-purpose fly line that performs equally well for both experienced fly fishers as well as beginners. High-floating and easy to cast, this supple line has a versatile mid-length head that makes it excel in wide range of conditions. Engineered with a braided multifilament nylon core and specially treated with UV inhibitors for increased durability, this line is coated with advanced internal lubricants to increase slickness and enhance shootability. Length: 85'. Color: Willow.

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Good Value Fly Line - Scientific Anglers. What more is there to say? This is a good value fly line. It performs as well as more expensive lines for less cost. Kepp it clean and conditioned and it will serve you well. August 1, 2010
Good Line I recently purchased this as part of my first and only fly outfit I own back in June. Though I haven't been fly fishing for long, I have gained enough knowledge through research in books and on websites to understand the qualities of a good fly line. This line casts fairly well overhead with a roll cast being possible but deliberately short. Also, this line can quickly develop memory if left unused for too long, and it becomes apparent not so much in casting where you end up with slightly more slack line on the water that can be stripped out, but in the neat, small coils formed in unused line at your feet. The line floats fairly well, but the first two inches or so can be dragged down a little if using any fly that sinks. All in all, a fairly good line for a beginner for the price. August 9, 2008
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