Airflo Scandi Compact Spey Head
Airflo Scandi Compact Head Shooting Fly Lines for Sale - SAME DAY Shipping, NO Sales taxThe Airflo Scandi Compact Head is a specialty spey line for anglers fishing dry or damp flies who want a precise, delicate presentation of small and modest salmon and steelhead flies. The relatively longer taper of the Scandi Compact is greater than the Skagit compact, but far shorter than a mid- or long -belly line.
Guide Reviews, Video, and Sales on Airflo Scandi Compact Head Fly Lines:teamed with Airflo floating and Intermediate Polyleaders, the Scandi compact is a delight to cast and is a perfect line to make precise fly delivery to steelhead, Atlantic Salmon, and Sea-run trout with dry and damp flies.
Key Distinguishing Feature: The Airflo Scandi Compact Head Spey Fly Line performs in spring, summer, and autumn water conditions conditions with small to modest size flies.
Fishing Advantages: The Scandi Compact spey head makes perfect, delicate presentations at short and long range, with relatively small unweighted flies. Tight Loops? Yes.
When to select the Rage compact instead If confronted with blustery, windy conditions, the Rage Compact might be a better choice, because its forward taper is less pronounced. The Rage compact will not make the nice delicate presentation possible with a Scandi Compact, but it will do a better job of punching through wind with big fuzzy dry flies.
Compatible tips: Airflo Floating, Hover, and Intermediate Polyleaders, with tippet added, make a perfect match for this Spey line.
Line Taper: Please note the line taper diagram shown above - the front 2/3 of the head is tapered, and the back 1/3 represents the bely of the line.
Head Length: 28 ft to 34 ft.
Line weights available: 240 gr through 540 gr.
Line Color: Pale blue.
Line floating properties: This spey fly line head is a full floater.
Airflo Slim Loops: The front and back ends of the Airflo Skagit Intermediate Compact fly lines are equipped with welded loops to ease the process of quick rigging to attaching sink tips.
Airflo Line Marking System: The entire series of Airflo Spey fly lines has both line-type and gr weight labeled on the front end of the Head, making it easy to remember what line is on which reel or spool.
Matching Head wt to Rod: This is a subjective call, but we typically fish a Scandi Compact that is rough 30 gr lighter than the Skagit Compact we would fish on any specific rod.