Airflo Kelly Galloup Streamer Max Long
Airflo Kelly Galloup Streamer Max Long fly lines are a first-choice line to cast bulky bugs and swim them deep: FREE shipping and no sales tax.If you fish a floating line paired with a box of nasty, tasty, bulky flies to lure your quarry, this AIRFLO line will throw them down in front of the fish at every distance from your toes to the long bomb.
Airflo introduces the Kelly Galloup Streamer Max Long fly line and offers streamer chucking anglers an unsurpassed line to deliver flies of any size and swim them deep.The Kelly Galloup Streamer Max Long line by AIRFLO is a great line choice for anglers who fish big streamers deep.
Is the AIRFLO Kelly Galloup Streamer Max Long different, and will it improve fly line performance? Yes. Better than ever, these streamer lines cast and fish in a manner that can only be described as superior.
Real world application of the Airflo Kelly Galloup Streamer Max Long line? If you fish really large, wind resistant streamers and need to get these flies down deep in front of big fish, this is the line taper that will turn fly and fish it where it needs to be.
Kelly Galloup Streamer Max Long Lines are ridged: this AIRFLO feature enhances casting distance.
Line weights available: The pale green Kelly Galloup Streamer Float lines are available in WF 6/7 at 200 gr, 7/8 at 250 gr, and 8/9at 300 gr.
head length? 10ft rear taper, 30ft sink tip. 40 ft total length on all line wts.
AIRFLO Micro Loops on all lines to facilitate line changes.
overall line length? 100 ft.
Kelly Galloup Streamer Streamer Max Long line color: 6/7: light mint green. 7/8: light peach. 8/9: lichen brown. The sink tip is black.
Sink rate? 7 to 8 inches per second. These sink tips go down fast and put our flies in the proper zone right quick.
Intermediate running line.
Kelly Galloup Streamer Max Long fly line core? The Airflo Powercore of this line transmits feel with superior sensitivity.
An all season fly line? This fly line coating and core perform well in 20 – 80 degree temperatures. Just the environments trout are likely to occupy!