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Scientific Anglers Frequency Trout Fly Line

Scientific Anglers Frequency Trout Fly Line

$59.95
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The Scientific Anglers Frequency Trout Fly Line is built for freshwater trout fly fisherman and is considered an entry level line. Built with a mid-length head, this line is versatile and able to delicately present dry flies or effectively manage nymph rigs. Treated with Advanced Shooting Technology, the line coating has low friction enabling longer casts.

Key Features:

  • Braided Multifilament Core – The core of the fly line is made from a braided multifilament material that is ideal for reducing tangles as the line comes off the reel.
  • Welded Loop Ends – The welded loop ends of the fly line make connecting the line to backing and leader easy with a loop-to-loop knot.
  • General Purpose Taper – The taper is designed to make this a versatile fly line with applications for most fresh water fishing.
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Floating
Scientific Anglers Frequency Trout Fly Line
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Kendrick Wilson
Kendrick Wilson
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The Frequency series is a great option for newer anglers who don't want to break the bank on a fly line. A great all-around taper with a medium-length head that will help you cast those small dries for delicate presentations. The line also will excel fishing nymphs.

Karl Schwartz
Karl Schwartz
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

5wt floating line. Great for trout, bass, top water, dry flies, streamers, and nymphing.

Lawson T.
Lawson T.
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Freshwater, floating line..good for dry fly fishing, nymphing, and streamers