Monday, December 15, 2014

Scientific Anglers - Frequency Fly Lines

I don't think fly lines have to be expensive or overly thought out to be good and that's where the new Frequency fly lines from Scientific Anglers shines.

Over the last few years, fly lines have been getting more expensive and along the way leaving not a lot of choices to those that just can't, or won't, drop a Benjamin on a new fly line. The new Frequency series is that new option.

Six different tapers all priced at just under $50 each to cover nearly all situations from dry flies, to big flies, to getting flies down where they need to be in front of the fish. There's something in the Frequency line up to work.

The Frequency line up includes...

BOOST - Half Size Heavy Floating Fly Line
TROUT - All Around Floating Fly Line
MAGNUM - Designed For Big Flies
SINK TIP - All Around Use Sinking Tip Fly Line
INTERMEDIATE - All Purpose Sinking Fly Line
FULL SINK - All Purpose Full Sinking Fly Line

Check out the Scientific Anglers website for more information about this exciting new series of fly lines.


Jay said...

Man, you're not kidding!
Prices of fly lines have gone through the roof the past 6-8 years. Try replacing 2 or 3 reels...

I sure hope these lines aren't cheapo lines with inferior quality.

rick schlarb said...

glad they noticed we don't need 50 lines to choose from . Keep it simple.

joshua citrak said...

a good quality fly line is paramount. why buy a $500 buck rod with a $200 reel and put cheap as sin line on it? The line is what you cast. The line is what you fish . That being said SA has some pretty good cheaper ($70-80 range) line. Maybe this is something worth checking out for the banger rods in every man's collection?

Jay said...

But lines are replaced every year or two, for some frequent (ha!) fishermen every year.

You don't replace a high end rod for at least 3-6 years. I still own yesteryear's high end rod like the Sage LL and SP which are by now at least 20 years old.

Good line for a god price, hell yeah!
Too expensive line with marketing mumbo jumbo, nah..