White River Fly Shop® Bass Taper Fly Line

   

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Product Color
Line Weight
Taper
Quantity Price & availability

Yellow

7

Weight Forward

Yellow

8

Weight Forward

Yellow

9

Weight Forward

Yellow

10

Weight Forward

  • Weight forward taper
  • Shorter body
  • Efficiently handles air-resistant bug or weighted sub-surface flies
  • Length: 90'

Rugged weight forward taper is designed with a shorter body, enabling the angler to completely fish out the cast, then quickly load and deliver the next one. Efficiently handles large, air-resistant bugs or weighted sub-surface flies. Fish the nastiest cover while your buddy at the other end of the boat babies his ''high-dollar'' line. Color: Yellow. Length: 90'.

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Priced right fly line Bought the White river bass taper fly line, tried it yesterday. It casted very well, even in some wind. The price was very reasonable. I have a few lines I paid almost three times as much for. This seems to work just about as well. So don't let the low price scare you. Go ahead and try it. May 30, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Line This is a good line at a great price. Loads quick, which is great when bass fishing. Not the slickest line, but it gets the job done. May 24, 2011
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That would be determined by what your are fishing for. For Trout size 5 or maybe 4. for a average fish size 6 or bigger bass size 7 and if you fish any for large Chinook size I say at least a size 8. Line is available from the smaller sizes up to 12 for big salt water fish.
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No, you have to make your own loop.
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No, it doesn't. You can create one, as I did, with fluorocarbon (won't fail in the sun like nylon/monofilament line) and a nail knot tool.

My experience with the slip-on loops and many factory welded loops is all bad. I cut 'em all off and make my own.
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230gr., head is 35.5' long, and running line 54.5'.
It's a heavy line.
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Depends on the rod - if it's fast, then you might use a 6wt (if it's available).

I'm using an 8wt on a fast, 9'-6" rod rated a 7/8wt.
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With any weight rod, the generally accepted idea is to only use the weight line that is the same as the rod or go up 1 in line weight. So, for your 5wt., only use a 5wt or a 6wt. Since this line stars at a 7 weight, it seems logical to not use this on a 5 weight. It is possible to overload a rod and cause the rod to break by using the wrong line weight.
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Your not casting any kind of bass bugs on a 5 wt .
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