RIO SlickShooter Fly Fishing Line

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RIO SlickShooter Fly Fishing Line
SKU 200-3-954-Slickshooter-P

A Hard Nylon Shooting Line For Distance.
  • A super-hard, slick finish oval-shaped nylon shooting line
  • No memory after being stretched
  • An extremely low coefficient of friction for long distance casts
  • 115 ft length
  • Complements Spey lines perfectly

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1 Review

  • 5
    Love the Feel!

    Posted by mjkirshner on Nov 16th 2016

    I am new to TH fishing and bought this line to use with my first switch rod. I had been using an integrated switch line, but the textured coating was cutting into my hands, as I am in Florida and not using gloves most of the time. I had heard that some people don't like the feel of mono running line, but after using Slickshooter with a short Skagit head, I don't think I'd ever go back to an integrated line or coated running line. It flies through the guides, too!

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