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Volantis Integrated Float/Intermediate

Volantis Integrated Float/Intermediate

€ 99,90

Your go-to fly line for seatrout and other coastal predator fish. This integrated line gives you the best of two worlds: The loading capabilities and casting distance of a shooting head, and the presentation and feel of a traditional WF line.

  • Compact and powerful integrated shooting head
  • Load rods quickly with minimal false casts
  • Cut through the wind with ease, and turn over all types of flies
  • Vibrantly colored tracer aids in identifying the back of the head at distance or in low light conditions
  • Braided multifilament core, stays supple in cold conditions
  • Floating running line
  • Designed and developed by Flyfish Europe
  • Sinking density (head): 1,25inches/second - 3,2cm/second
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Categories:  SA , SA SINGLE HAND LINES , VOLANTIS

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