Scientific Anglers Amplitude MPX Fly Line · WF · 5 wt · Floating · Optic Green - Moss - Buckskin
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The Scientific Anglers Amplitude MPX Fly Line is an all-around freshwater fly line for advanced anglers. This line is built with a slickness additive that allows the line to be cast further and have increased durability. With more mass toward the front of the head, this line will have finesse without sacrificing power. This line is suitable for casting large dry flies, nymphs, and streamers.
- Braided Multifilament Core – The core helps hold zero reel memory, creating a simple fly line in moderate and cold climates.
- Made Half Size Heavy – This allows faster fly rods to be loaded better for casting but will work on a wide variety of fly rods.
- Better Flotation – By adding a floating texture to the tip of the line, not only does the line float better, but presentations have more finesse.
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This line is the undisputed champ as far as trout lines are concerned. The taper will allow for easy (and I mean easy) loading on the rod for quick casts while not sacrificing delicacy. Trout, bass, even light salmon flies are no problem whatsoever for this line. Chuck your favorite dry one day and a streamer the next. You would love it all and with ease!
This line comes a half size larger and makes casting larger flies easier. It has the latest AST technology from SA, this makes the line slicker with use and also helps with the durability of the line.
Amazing shootability, the AST Plus coating is best-in-class and unbeatable when it comes to line slickness. Super durable and will last you a long time.
Fast casting line that really shoots well. Durable and floats all day. Casting in wind, turning over bigger flies, and holding onto the line. It has a slight corrugation to the line that offers up less resistance while shooting through your guides, but also allows for you to hold on to it better when stripping and mending. Don't you hate it when the tip of your fly line tends to sink when you want to keep everything close to the surface? This is why you spend a little more for SA's lines.