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Cortland Precision Tropic Plus Bonefish Line

By design, the head is overweighted and the front taper is short...

February 10, 2011
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Bonefishermen know how important it is to use a fly line that can withstand the heat of the tropics. Cortland’s new Precision Tropic Plus Bonefish line was designed for such locations. The line has a hard, smooth outer coating, which gives anglers an edge when they need to to make those long, quick casts that are required for fish on the move. The core is made from braided monofilament, which is what gives the line its heat-resistant property. By design, the head is overweighted and the front taper is short, making it possible to turn over larger air-resistant flies. And because the line floats high, it’s easy to pick up when a quick second cast is needed. MSRP is $69. www.cortlandline.com

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