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royal wulff triangle taper line


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I'd like to hear any comments too. I purchased 3wt on sale at Cabelas marked way down, and couldn't resist not buying. I figured they were either overstocked or the line was worthless. I haven't had time to load and try it.

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AKA Flysmith - Cassville MO

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Hello all,

I have used TT several time. I really like it. I did use it on a 8' 6" 4 wt loomis IMX several year ago and it worked well. I also have It on an 9' 6" scott 8 wt and It too works very well. It seems like I currently have it on a 2 wt or 3 wt but I can't remember for sure I will have to check and get back to you. I also know several people that have used it dating back to my RR lodge days and I haven't heard any complaints.

hope this helps

RRV

Good luck and Good fishing

RRV

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I have quite a few TT lines and I like them a lot. The head is a continuous forward taper with a very fine tip which makes for great roll casting presentations . As for floatation and durability, I clean and dress them on a regular basis and the seem to float and last just as long as any other fly line. Cheers.

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I think the TT lines perform better with slower actioned rods. (like Winstons)

If you have a faster tapered rod.. go with the Sci-Anglers GPX or Orvis Wonderline G3.

I have used all of them.. but I more highly recommened the latter two lines.

happy casting - Brian

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I've used them since they came out and I like them, and in fact I've always had at least one. The early lines were shorter lived then most lines, but since they've gone to single specific weights they seem to last as long as any. Nothing roll casts like a Triangle Taper

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  • 1 month later...

I finally loaded the Wulff TT line on my 2 wt TFO rod. I could tell after a couple of cast this was good stuff. JUst as soon as the billfold can handle it, I'll load some more. I am concerned about the line cracking as mentioned previously. However, I've had that problem on Orvis Wonderline too. We'll see how it goes.

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Steve, I've used it on at least one rod since it came out, and that was a problem for some years. The problem supposedly doesn't exist to any extent now and that would be my limited experience. i suppose its not unexpected that it would benefit by modern methods and materials like other lines.

Ever see anything roll cast any better? :D

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