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Orvis Pro Trout Textured Fly Line

Orvis Pro Trout Textured Fly Line

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The Orvis Pro Trout Textured Fly Line is a floating line specifically designed for trout fishing. The Pro Line is designed for increased floatability, easy mending, and pick-up. The trout taper is an all-around weight forward taper that is versatile for all types of trout fishing, including fishing of dry flies, nymphs and streamers. This line is available in weights 3-6.

Key Features:

  • Textured Line - This line has a micro textured surface that increases the floatability of the line resulting in easier mending, line pickups and shootability.
  • AST Plus - The AST Plus technology provides for improved performance by increasing the ability of the line to float and cast. It also helps to keep the line clean.
  • Orvis Line ID - The line taper, weight and functionality is printed on the line to allow for quick idendification of the line when swapping spools or changing line.
  • Welded Loops - There is a welded loop on each end of the line making it easier and quicker to attach backing or leaders.
  • Tri-Color Line - The line color changes to help aid in assessing casting distance and remaining line available on the spool.
Green, Olive
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Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Is Orvis Clearwater Fly line good?
Orvis Clearwater Fly Line is a good fly line for beginning anglers or those on a budget. This weight-forward taper is an excellent all-around line to meet the demands of general fly fishing.
Joseph Smith
by Joseph Smith on July 1, 2022
Who makes Orvis Flyline?
Orvis has been selling its own brand of fly lines since 1971. Today, Orvis lines are made by Scientific Anglers (which is also owned by Orvis).
Fly Fishing Expert Joseph SmithFly Fishing Expert Baily Dent
by Joseph Smith on July 1, 2022 · view 1 other answer
Are textured fly lines worth it?
Textured fly lines are generally more desirable than smooth fly lines. Fly lines with texturing have a reduced surface area, resulting in lines that actually float higher in the water than traditionally smooth lines. This helps lines shed dirt, reduces water spray on casts, and allows anglers to mend lines much more easily.
Fly Fishing Expert Joseph SmithFly Fishing Expert Baily Dent
by Joseph Smith on July 1, 2022 · view 1 other answer
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Orvis Pro Trout Textured Fly Line
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Mark Brown
Mark Brown
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This line will give you amazing, longer distance casts due to its slickness rating. It also sits up higher on the surface of the water which dry fly anglers will appreciate with every cast. One super cool thing about this line is that it's color coded to visually assist you in with your line control. There are many other features and benefits this line offers--it's simply top shelf and will out perform all other major brands on the market. Recommended for top water flies and smaller nymphs, cold water, medium-sized to larger streams, rivers and lakes.