12-22: 7-8: 4-5: 3x-7x: medium: for fishing under various circumstances The next day, the same caster casts a 14 ft rod – 14 x 3½ = 49 ft. A 12 ft rod would require 42 ft of line and a 15 ft rod will require 52½ ft. By following this ratio, it means that the caster never needs to adjust their casting stroke, regardless of which outfit they pick up. But, how do you equate freshwater fly line weights to saltwater fly line weights? Make sure the Skagit body weight is correct, regardless of the sink tip. We have listed the fly line weights as they relate to actual weight of the fly line in grains or grams. Generally, if you start with a WindCutter line and, with practice, get to a skill level where you can cast the whole head at the tip of the rod, without stripping anything in, you are ready to move up to a PowerSpey line. Therefore, double-taper fly lines will not shoot as far as a weight-forward fly line will due to the increased friction and wind resistance of the extended body section. The Big Boy is a 24 ft long sinking tip, ideal for really getting deep and staying deep. Type 6 (6-7 ips) On the other hand, fly fishermen who commonly pursue large fish species on large creeks, rivers, ponds or, lakes using large flies can choose from such lines as Rio’s Big Nasty or Cortland’s Big Shot lines. A full sinking head with a sink rate of 4” per second. It is available in 6 densities: Floating, Hover (1” per second), Intermediate, Sink 3 (3” per second), Sink 6 (6” per second) and Sink 8 (8” per second). However, in order to fully understand this, you also need to understand the concept of shooing a fly line. Okay, so how confused do you want to be? Now that everyone is clear on that, let’s look at the AFTMA Standards (the numbers represent the weight in grains at the “weigh point”)! See Rio’s Spey Line Recommendation Chart for all of Leland Spey Rods). For the purpose of this example, let’s say a caster likes a ratio of 3½:1. Fly Line Weight. Fly lines are made in 1wt to 15wt. Rio’s Windcutter VersiTip Linesare unique in the fly fishing world. Therefore, rather than allowing yourself to become confused and thus, get bogged down in the process of choosing the best fly line for your intended purpose, you should instead focus on deciding whether you need a floating fly line, a sinking fly line, or a sink-tip fly line based on the type of flies that you intend to fish with. Thus, as the name implies, a floating fly line is one that is designed to float on the water’s surface while a sinking fly line is designed to sink beneath the water’s surface and the manner in which each type of fly line is constructed is described above. 2. Consequently, if you know that you will be consistently making short casts with less than 30 feet of fly line outside the rod then it can help to overline the rod. When choosing a line for overhead casting a two-handed rod there are two important considerations. #12     650 to 750 grain lines. On the other hand, those fly fishermen who commonly fish saltwater can choose from fly lines specifically designed for casting to Bonefish, Redfish, and Tarpon among others. The most confusion with Skagit lines comes with something called “Skagit Cheaters”, which are 2½ ft, 5 ft and 7½ ft extension pieces for a Skagit line. The Skagit lines have a thin running line extending from the 27 ft long head that aids in easy distance and shooting ability. An In-Depth Guide to Choose a Fly Reel: Everything You Need To Know. Therefore, because fly anglers who fish small, crystal clear, streams require an extra delicate presentation, they can choose fly lines such as Cortland’s Spring Creek line or Rio’s Trout LT line. Thus, when a fly fisherman casts and lands his chosen fly in a chosen location, he is said to “present” his fly to the fish. The system also established a tolerance level that is acceptable." 5. The same weight range as the F/I but the whole head has a very slow sink rate of 1” per second. Three adaptable versions with a level T-8, T-11 and T-14 head are designed to be cut to the perfect head weight and length for individual casting styles. After size 2 on the large end of the hook spectrum hook sizes go to 1/0, 2/0, and so on. In addition, you also need to be aware that the smaller an artificial fly is, the less wind resistance it will have and, the larger it is, the more wind resistance it will have. Your email address will not be published. Because anglers are doing a lot more with Spey techniques these days, Spey fly line designs are evolving so rapidly, even experienced spey folks have trouble keeping up, let alone beginners! Or a seagull sized pike fly is impossible to cast even with a #9 line! Thus, while choosing a Double Taper fly line is relatively easy, choosing a Weight Forward fly line can be quite complicated! This line is available in a full floating version in sizes; 4/5, 5/6, 6/7/8, 7/8/9, 8/9/10, 9/10/11 and 10/11/12. 2--- 80----\t74-86. ‘A newcomer to spey casting would be forgiven for peeping into this sport, trying it out or talking to the many different opinions and then turning tail and running away from the mass of confusion that there is out there.’, ‘There is a mind boggling array of theories, techniques, tackle and styles and it is very difficult for the beginner to make head or tail out of the world of spey casting. Just like your rod and reel, fly line has a weight too. As a simple guideline, use T-14 for the spey lines of #9 and bigger, T-11 for the #7 to #9 sizes and use T-8 for the lighter line sizes. The front end finishes with a loop and to this loop you will need to attach some kind of tip. There needs to be weight in the back of the belly to load the rod effectively as a “D-loop”. 4. In the table below if you look at 5X tippets it suggests that 5X tippets could be best fished on a 1 or 2 weight fly rod with size 14 to size 20 flies. These heads are available in 350, 400, 450, 500, 550, 600, 650, 700 and 750 grain sizes. The AFTMA standard is an attempt to standardize line weights so that whichever line manufacturer you buy a fly line from you know that they will all weigh about the same and load the rod equally – that is, of course, assuming line manufacturers manufacture lines to the AFTMA standard. Most anyone who has spent any time at all gazing at a fly rod manufacturer’s catalog is undoubtedly aware that freshwater fly rods are designed to cast fly line weights 1 through 6 while saltwater fly rods are designed to cast fly line weights 6 through 14. Since this line is so versatile you should think about what type of fishing you plan on doing. Until recently, two-handed rods were used almost exclusively in the pursuit of steelhead and salmon on the rivers of the British Isles, Scandinavia, and Canada. However, each sink tip has a different sink rate from the clear intermediate tip, with a sink rate of 1½ inches per second, to the Type 8, density compensated tip which sinks at 8 inches per second. AFS OutBound® Integrated Shooting Head – NEW for 2008 Built with a thin, hard running line this line is the integrated version of the AFS head. The WindCutter lines have three numbers such as 7/8/9, 8/9/10 and 9/10/11. One of the ideas behind Skagit casting is that you want to maintain a constant ratio between the rod length and the head length of the line. 3--- 100--- 94-106 When you know which size of fly you are going to put on the leader, then you will also have an idea of the line weight needed. It is 27 ft long and has a loop in both ends. 500      9.0 ips The short head lines are perfect for this as you must strip the start of the head up to the rod tip before making a cast. With a rig like this, each fly fisher would be primed for everything and any situation they would encounter. This daughter/father duo, If you have someone asking you about getting into, Check it out everyone!!! They are available in sizes 150, 200, 250, 300, 400, 500 and 600 grains and the sink rate of each is as follows: 150      4.8 ips (Please 5. Specialized Fly Lines: As eluded to above, this rod size really starts to bridge the gap from lighter freshwater pursuits to casting bigger flies and chasing bigger game in all waters. #11     600 to 700 grain lines The weight of T-14 makes it pretty heavy for the lighter lines to lift out. The 690-4 Die, Our favorite Fiberglass Rod is back in stock!!! Last, for fly anglers who want to cast over extremely long distances using conventional length fly rods, there are Shooting Heads which consist of a short, heavy, body section combined with a front taper and a level tip section but no rear taper or attached running line. The longer the head of the spey line, the more line there needs to be outside the rod to make a cast. For the first time SAVE 50% on the D, Great looking Bonefish!!! 3. A slow sinking head. This is very wrong and will result in an under loaded outfit. As there is no need to strip the line in between casts, the rod guides do not get iced up. Oh, a final thing to remember is that the two handed standard has a plus or minus tolerance of 30 grains, while the single handed standard has a tolerance of plus or minus 6 to 12 grains (depending on the size). And the thicker a fly line is, the more space it occupies on the reel. For instance, viewing any major fly manufacturer’s web site (Scientific Angler’s, Cortland, Rio, Orvis, Air Flo) will present you with a bewildering array of specialty taper weight-forward fly lines and thus, simply by carrying additional fly lines on extra fly reel spools in the back of your fly vest or pack, you can now use a single fly rod for several different purposes. Here’s a brief explanation of what fly line weight should be used for which size and type of fish. Sizes 7/8 to 10/11. Fishing with the PowerSpey line catches more fish – as there is little need to strip the head in between casts, the fly fisher will make more casts in a day, thus increasing the odds. The line does not come with a front tip of any kind, so if you purchase this you will need to add a tip to your purchases. Super fast sink (7.0 inches per second). For instance, Switch fly lines are specifically designed to be used with Switch fly rods which generally measure 11 to 12 feet in length and which are designed to be cast with either one hand or two. On the other hand, works ok for average sized bass and virtually all trout. So, what is the difference between a Double Taper fly line and a Weight Forward fly line? Consequently, a 1 weight fly line has a significantly thinner core than a 14 weight does and thus, less tensile strength. It comes in the same sizes as the “F/I” and the “I” heads. 3. Fly rods range from size 0 or 1 weight (which is the lightest rod) to about a 15 weight (which is the heaviest). Read on and you’ll get the best synopsis we’ve ever seen on modern spey lines from the man himself, code named ‘SpeyBro’. There are other factors to consider with the fly line, however, the most commonly used and most versatile line is a WF5F (weight forward 5 weight floating) line. Fly rods are sized according to the weight line they will use. In addition, there are also Spey fly rods which generally measure 13 to 15 feet in length and which are designed to be cast with two hands. The “Anchor” (B to C) lies on the water. In addition, the coating of more expensive floating fly lines is also impregnated with both a hydrophobic agent and a lubricant in order to cause the line to slide through the fly rod guides with decreased friction for increased casting distance and, to cause the fly line to float higher on the surface of the water for easier pick up. However, while Double Taper fly lines feature identical tapers and tips on both ends of the line, Weight Forward fly lines have both front and rear tapers which vary in both slope and length combined with a relatively short, level, tip section and, a relatively long, level, “running line”. But, since a Double Taper line has no running line section, it does not hinge so you can hold more line in the air with a Double Taper line than you can with a Weight Forward line. In this example the load really comes from A to B, though B to C also helps load the rod. Even the most basic of spey casters can make a 70 ft cast with no more than 3 ft of room behind. More and more people are using two-handed rods for overhead casting in the surf these days. Luremefish.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com and affiliated sites. Perhaps the greatest confusion lies in the rating of two-handed rods and lines. 14-24: 6.6-7: 0-4: 4x-8x: slow-med: delicate cast at a distance. However, most Weight Forward lines have a “head section” that is only about thirty feet long and thus you cannot comfortably hold any more line than the length of the head in the air when casting a Weight Forward fly line because of the hinge effect. In addition you can purchase T-8, T-11 or T-14 and cut to the desired length and weight. The AFTM number is based on the weight (in grains ) of the first 30 feet of the fly line. Required fields are marked *. A floating line with a 15 ft intermediate sinking tip. RIO’s new PowerSpey has a medium length head between 57 ft and 71 ft (depending on the size) and with its revolutionary taper design is the easiest mid to long belly line to cast. 9/10/11      550 to 650 grains If the combination feels good to you on the water and it fishes the way you like, then you have the right line. The longer head is ideal for longer rods, larger rivers and for casters that prefer to do less stripping of the fly between casts. Anglers simply cut this level material to the length they need for a variety of fishing conditions, and then add a braided loop to each end to easily attach to the spey line. Glass rods will handle a couple of different line weights, depending on your casting style. It is important to match the two together. To the front end you attach a tip as recommended for the regular Skagit line, while the back end loop is ideal for attaching your favorite RIO shooting line. Of course, the reason for this is that unlike conventional fishing lures which are made from wood or hard plastic and which have large, heavy, metal hooks attached to them, artificial flies are instead made from bits of fur and feathers which are tied to very thin wire hooks and thus, artificial flies have very little weight and a tremendous amount of wind resistance. Can You Use A Normal Rod For Fly Fishing? Two-handed rods also have a similar rating – somewhere between #5 and #12, but the 8 weight fly line that loads your bonefish rod will never get close to loading a #8 two handed rod. Then, to muddy the water even further, there are some other types of specialty taper fly lines which, unlike most specialty tapers, are designed specifically for casting over long ranges using certain types of fly rods. The reason for this triple numbering system is that the first WindCutter line designed by Jim Vincent, was made by taking the body of a #10 line, adding some of a #9 to the front end and then finishing it off with the full front taper of a #8, thus the line became an 8/9/10. The short head is very easy to cast and particularly useful in tight situations and the long front taper gives a beautiful presentation. These lines are only available with a floating head and in sizes 4/5 to 10/11. Fly line Weight 6: A heavier version of 5. ; Fly Line Weight 4: This weight works just fine for panfish, too.But also works well for all but the largest of trout. In a spey cast the “D-loop” (from A to B) loads the rod and needs to be the heaviest part of the line. This fly size will also help you determine the proper leader/tippet size as well. The 8/9 is, in effect a #9line. Standard Fly Line Weight Charts give us parameters for specific fly line sizes. Therefore, when casting to wary fish in crystal clear water, most fly fishermen prefer a lightweight fly line in order to prevent spooking the fish. Simon’s “Modern Spey Casting” is the best instructional DVD on spey casting ever produced. They know they are going to use a 150 grain sink tip, so they buy a 400 grain Skagit line (thinking that the two added together will give them the correct load). In addition, you should also be aware that sinking fly lines are available with different sink rates in order to enable fly fishermen to target fish at different water depths. Therefore, fly fishermen have to use a weighted fly line to bend their fly rods during their back-cast so that the energy stored in the rod can be released on their forward-cast to propel their flies to their intended target. Floating (olive) 2. So, if you have a 5 weight rod, choose a 5 weight fly line. fly rod for saltwater use is like choosing a 6 wt. 3. It's funny to me how people are either adamantly against over-lining (putting a 6- or 7-weight fly line on a 5-weight rod, for example) or totally in favor of it. Consequently, the smaller an artificial fly is, the lighter the fly line required to cast it and, the larger an artificial fly is, the heavier the fly line required to cast it. Thus, if you will again closely examine the diagram shown above, you will see that weight forward fly lines have a head section that is shaped very similar that of a double taper fly line which then transitions to a far more narrow section called the “running line” which is specifically designed to minimize both friction and wind resistance. Consequently, the smaller an artificial fly is, the lighter the fly line required to cast it and, the larger an artificial fly is, the heavier the fly line required to cast it. The only possible add on would be a 15 Foot Floating Tip, for conditions when you don’t need to be deep. ‘L’ is for Long belly spey lines and is measured at 75 ft. The WindCutter does not have as much lifting power as the Skagit line so will take a lighter Big Boy tip than the corresponding Skagit line. When you do, make sure you start with the head about 12 feet in side the rod tip; this will be similar to the WindCutteryou are used to. It is one of the easiest casting and fishiest sinking lines ever made. 10/11/12      650 to 750 grains. The reason for this lies in the fact as a fly lines weight increases, so does its diameter a 9-weight fly line is much thicker than a 4-weight fly line. There are four different densities available: 1. I am an avid life long fisherman, having caught over 25,000 fish over the years. The leader densities are: 1. This means that theSkagit line has almost twice the weight per inch of the WindCutter line. 2. This exceptionally short head length allows the fly caster to make long casts in extremely tight situations. So, we have four standards (for ease of recognition RIO’s appropriate Spey line is listed after the category): ‘H’ is for shooting Heads and is measured at 40 ft. Its head length is long enough to effectively stack mend for better drifts. Consequently, each fly line weight has a range of fly sizes that it will comfortably cast. 4. However, as fly line manufacturers, we only need to make it easier to understand the fly line – the most important part of your tackle.’. From there the first 50′-60′ of line is pretty much a consistent diameter with no taper at all and is called your running line. 3. One odd-looking tip in the wallet is grey and has two loops on. Your email address will not be published. This means that a lighter line can be used when overhead casting, as opposed to when spey casting, because the entire line length (A to B) loads the rod. For anglers needing an easier color line to see there is also a Steelhead Orange floating AFS head. The best floating 5 weight fly line will allow you to throw dries, nymph, and throw shallow streamers. Sometimes extra depth is required and many fly fishers use RIO’s long 24 ft density compensated sink tips called Big Boys. Learn the basics as well as these casts: roll cast, switch cast, single spey, double spey, snap T, snake roll, wombat cast, perry poke, jelly roll, skagit casts, underhand cast, spiral spey, overhead cast, single handed spey casts and using the two-handed rods in the salt. Most spey lines follow a simply designed taper. If you’re targeting salmon or steelhead, it’s smart to use a heavy weight fly to make sure that they aren’t bent out during the fight. 2. While there's plenty of "average" fly lines available in a 6-weight size, you'll find increased options for many specialized lines begin here as well. The length and power of these rods are great for throwing big flies out against a wind and over incoming surf. These tools enable an angler to cover more water with less effort and less fatigue. It is an excellent choice of line for casters that do not want a loop to loop connection running through their guides. A size 4 is a fairly large fly and a size 24 is a very small fly. 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