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Orvis Tippet Rings

Orvis Tippet Rings

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The Orvis® Tippet Rings are used to connect tippet or leaders together. The rings come in packs of 10 rings and can be purchased in three different sizes: S (2mm), M (2.5mm), and L (3.1mm). The sized used depends on the size of material it is being attached to. The rings are stored on a D-ring holder, which can easily be stored or attached to a pack or vest and prevents anglers from losing the small rings.

Key Features:

  • Black Nickle Finish – The rings are finished in black nickle, preventing fish from being spooked due to the low visibility of the tippet rings.
  • Save Leader Material – By connecting a tapered leader and tippet together using a tippet ring, each time the tippet is cut back or switched to a different size, none of the leader is used up, resulting in tapered leaders that can be used for longer periods of time.
  • Increased Productivity – Since more tippet and less tapered leader will be in the water, as a result of using a tippet ring, flies will sink faster and have better movement. This is due to the thinner tippet having less resistance in the water compared to thicker tapered leaders.
  • Easily Attach Dropper Flies – A tippet ring can also be used as an attachement point for dropper flies, making it easy to attach a new dropper when the tag gets to short.
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Stefan Elliott
Stefan Elliott
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Tippet rings help extend the life of your leaders. When the tippet section of the leader approaches the thicker butt section, tie one of these in and the tie a fresh section of tippet to the other end of the ring. This allows you to easily add new tippet without eating into the rear end of the leader but tying them together.