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03-23-2002 04:54 PM
Nooksack Mac Rio (www.rioproducts.com) is now marketing their Deep 7 lake fly line: black, mono core, rated for 7-weight rods, WF7S; sink rate 7-9 inches/second (l7.8-20.3 cm/second).
03-22-2002 10:40 PM
juro Most sinkingest on the market is LC-13 but it's not really a fly line. Next you would go to 800 grain, middle of the road at 400 grain, best off just using a type IV in the proper line weight and working the approach with mends and line angles or fishing somewhere else!

Good luck
03-22-2002 01:27 PM
hkmfly
lines

In my country are available mostly Cortland and Air-flo but it doesn't matter what will be name it is cheepper for me buy it for example on eBay. I want the most sinking available on market.
03-22-2002 09:25 AM
striblue Konrad... What lines are available to you where you live... or will you need to send for it.
03-22-2002 01:51 AM
hkmfly
Sinking flyline?

Hi I'm from Poland!
Please help me- I need very, very extra fast sinking line overclass
for 6-7 flyrod. Write please what line you recommend, your experience.
Thanks all.
Konrad

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