Triangle Taper Floating Fly Line
Of the many innovations that Lee Wulff has contributed to fly fishing, the Triangle Taper fly line is perhaps the most popular. Winner of the coveted Kudo award,the triangle taper offers the greatest delicacy of any fly line. The Triangle Taper is a continuous forward taper in the head of the line, the first 27 to 40 feet depending on the application. This provides the most efficient transfer of casting energy as it unrolls because the heavier line is constantly turning over lighter line. This design also gives you a more delicate presentation because the weight is away from the fly. It is also the finest roll casting line for up to 60’ casts. The combination of a long weighted section and a light running line make the triangle taper cast like a shooting head for distance. The tip end can be customized by cutting it back for the desired performance level.
The fly line that gives you easy-casting performance for both overhand and
close-in roll casting. Renowned for its revolutionary taper design, which promotes efficient energy transfer. You’ll enjoy more delicate presentations in any situation. Available in floating, 90’ length with a 36’-40’ taper and a 54’–50’ running line with welded loop for easy leader attachment.
features J3 coating
Colors: Olive, Ivory, or Orange
Sizes: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Floating, in Olive, Ivory, or Orange
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
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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