Scientific Anglers Sonar Stillwater Seamless Density
Scientific Anglers Sonar Stillwater Seamless Density

Scientific Anglers Sonar Stillwater Seamless Density

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DOUBLE-DENSITY SINKING LINES

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The SONAR Stillwater Seamless Density lines are a unique departure from the traditional graduated density lines of years past. With a variety of double-density sinking rates and a smooth, seamless transition between each, the SONAR Stillwater Seamless Density lines provide straightline connections to subsurface flies, meaning you’re in control of the fly every second it’s in the water.

  • Designed specifically for the demands of stillwater anglers
  • Based on popular MPX taper
  • Overweighted by two line weights for multiple flies and long leaders
  • Features 10-foot and 20-foot textured hang markers
  • Seamless Density technology provides a smooth transition between densities, eliminates hinging, and provides a straight-line connection to the fly
  • Intermediate/Sink 3: Designed to get under the surface chop, with an intermediate (1.25 ips) running line and Sink 3 head (3.0 ips)
  • Sink 3/Sink 5: For searching the middle of the water column, with a Sink 3 running line and a Sink 5 (5.0 ips) head
  • Sink 5/Sink 7: The fastest sinking SD line, with a Sink 5 running line and Sink 7 (7.0 ips) head, designed to dredge the bottom

Species: Trout
Water Type: Freshwater

SPECIFICATIONS

SINK 1 / SINK 3 SINK 3 / SINK 5 SINK 5 / SINK 7 HEAD LENGTH TOTAL LENGTH GRAIN WEIGHT*
WF-4-S - - 35.5’/10,8m 105.0’/32,0m 160gr/10,4g
WF-5-S WF-5-S - 35.5’/10,8m 105.0’/32,0m 185gr/12,0g
WF-6-S WF-6-S WF-6-S 35.5’/10,8m 105.0’/32,0m 210gr/13,6g
WF-7-S WF-7-S WF-7-S 35.5’/10,8m 105.0’/32,0m 240gr/15,6g
- - WF-8-S 35.5’/10,8m 105.0’/32,0m 280gr/18,1g

* Grain weight for the first 30′

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