Ambush® Shooting Heads

Ambush® Shooting Heads

The innovative short, 20-29', fast-shooting
Ambush head design loads quickly for multiple
casting applications. Loops on both
ends for quick attachment. for single hand,
switch, Skagit, Scandi, single hand Spey, and
double hand Spey. 290-600 grains.
Floating, Lime Green w/2' Blue back taper
Sizes: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

Pair Ambush Shooting heads with our Tracer running line for a high-visibility, long distance casting system.

    Lime Green w/2′ Blue back taper

    8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14


    Size                     @ Length            Grain Weight

    TT-8-F                @ 20’                            290

    TT-9-F                @ 24’                            350

    TT-10-F               @ 24’                           400

    TT-11-F               @ 24’                            450

    TT-12-F               @ 25’                           500

    TT-13-F               @ 26’                           550

    TT-14-F               @ 26.5’                        600

    J3 Coating Flies farther – Floats higher – Lasts longer

    Triangle Taper fly lines just got better! J3 coating makes Triangle Tapers perform like never before: Shooting better, floating higher, repelling water, and lasting longer. This slick coating has a dry feel, which minimizes resistance for longer casts. With J3, the line stays clean and slick for the life of the line! That’s because J3 isn’t simply a spray that’s applied at the factory – it’s a specialized coating that’s actually integrated into the line itself, giving it years of super-slick performance! Available on select Royal Wulff lines.

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