Fishing at night often proves incredibly productive, and those of us dedicated enough to fish for striped bass in New England or tarpon and snook under the bridges of south Florida know how tricky it can be on fly. Part of the problem has been keeping track of the fly line. Not anymore. Jim Teeny created a new glow-in-the-dark fly line for just such applications.
The new Teeny Night Line measures 105 feet, with 100 feet of glowing line and 5 feet of clear line at the terminal end, so it won’t spook the fish. Currently the line comes only in an intermediate sink rate, making it perfect for stripers, tarpon, snook and a host of other species. The line charges easily, even with a flashlight, and will hold a charge for several hours. It works as a clear-tip intermediate line for daytime fishing as well. The Teeny Night Line comes in 6- to 12-weight models and will retail for $68.
For more information, contact Jim Teeny Inc.,
PO Box 989, Gresham,
OR 97030; 503-667-6602