Pike Musky Sink 8
The Specialty Series Pike Musky Sink 8 was designed to be fished in deep lakes and rivers. A 30ft Type 8 (8-8.5 IPS) sinking head pulls bulky flies down deep. X-Strong Core provides extra core strength and exceptional handling in the coldest months.
- Type 8 Sinking Head
- Intermediate Running Line
- Aggressive Taper Design
- X-Strong Core
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PIKE MUSKY SINK 8 BREAKDOWN
WATER: Freshwater / LINE: Sinking / TAPER: Weight Forward / LENGTH: 100ft / CORE: Braided Nylon Multifilament
Our Specialty Series Pike Musky Sink 8 features a 30ft type 8 sinking head with a short 3ft front taper for turning over large, air-resistant flies. The short 3ft back taper helps load this line quickly and makes it extremely shootable. Intermediate running line removes any hinges in the line and gives you a smooth transition into the depths. This line is built overweighted to load fast, powerful rods.
This dual colored line features our low stretch braided nylon core for consistent, powerful hook sets and ultimate stopping power. Our signature Shooting Technology keeps your line remaining slick, supple and fast shooting. The black and olive color combination distinguishes taper change and is traceable yet stealthy in Esox environments.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What Temperature Range will this line perform best in?
Our Pike Musky fly lines our built to perform in both cold and warm water environments. This line will perform best in temperatures between 30 and 70 degrees (F).
Why is this taper ideal for throwing large flies?
The taper design for our Pike Musky Lines were built overly aggressive to cast large flies and punch through wind. The short body and short rear taper allows for minimal false casts while achieving maximum distance. The short front taper will turn over any large fly or weighted pattern with ease. This line is built overweighted for quick loading and fast shooting.
Why is this line 2 colors?
The black and olive color combination distinguishes taper change and proper loading point. These colors are stealthy yet traceable in freshwater environments.