Scientific Anglers Amplitude Smooth Anadro/Nymph Fly Line
Scientific Anglers Amplitude Smooth Anadro/Nymph Fly Line
Scientific Anglers Amplitude Smooth Anadro/Nymph Fly Line
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Scientific Anglers Amplitude Smooth Anadro/Nymph Fly Line

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Amplitude Anadro/Nymph Fly Line for Nymphing Big Rivers and Still Waters

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The Amplitude Smooth Series adds revolutionary AST Plus slickness to provide increased durability and slickness like a smooth traditional line. The AST Plus is mixed directly into the coating. Each line is built with three colors to identify for quick and easy rigging. SA Amplitude Smooth lines are simply the finest smooth fly lines in the world and are available in a number of freshwater and saltwater specific tapers.


Features of the Amplitude Anadro/Nymph Fly Line:

• AST Plus slickness additive for superior shooting ability and increased durability
• Long rear taper for extended line control and long distance casting; the best nymphing taper
• A perfect indicator line for nymphing up trout and bass or swinging flies for steelhead and salmon; excellent for double-nymph rigs or hopper-droppers
• Overweighted by 1.5 sizes to assist in turning over heavy rigs; use designated line weight for your rod
• Use one size heavy for switch rods
• For use in moderate and cold climates
• Braided multifilament core

AST Plus slickness additive provides 40% less drag than lines without any additive and lasts over 60% longer than lines from the competition. Lines are smooth, triple-colored and have front and rear welded loops.



         
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JS
29 July 2021
Joel S.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Great for nymphing

Best line for nymphing that I have ever used. It has the weight to throw big stone flies and the line just glides through the guides.



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