Snowbee XS-Plus Nymph Line Floating Uni-weight fly line, #2 - #5 a single 'uni-weight' line with mono core. A XS-Plus Nymph Floating Line, specifically designed with river nymphing in mind. It boasts a short 6ft front taper, reducing to a fine 0.55mm diameter tip. The long, level belly is a similarly slim 0.65mm diameter, before the matching 6ft back taper to make it fully reversible. Both tapers are high-viz orange in colour for optimum visibility and 'fine take' detection and feel. The reversible double taper line is 75ft in length and is micro-looped at both ends for finesse and immediate use.
Snowbee XS-Plus Nymph Fly Line 6ft front taper, 63ft belly, 6ft rear taper.
TOTAL LINE LENGTH - 75ft /25yds /22.9m
Tackle Testers Choice - Trout Fisherman March 2016
Snowbee XS Plus Thistledown Fly Line, two options now available, the original #2 - #5, and following the outstanding feedback and success a Brand New #5 - #7
The #2-#5 is designed for the river and light fishing on still waters and #5 - #7 for heavier rods.
The Snowbee XS Plus Thistledown Fly Line allows for a single line weight to be used comfortably and effectively with most rods, making it a true 'hybrid' fly line. It is two-tone in colour (Shamrock Olive head/Buckskin running line) and 90ft in total length.
Trout & Salmon Best in Test 2015 - Best New Fly Line EFFEX 2014 - Tackle Testers Choice trout fisherman 2015
Snowbee EDR-F XS-Plus ED Roll-Cast Fly Line, this new Long Belly Roll-Casting fly line is a specialist twin colour fly line primarily developed for lake fishing, where distance is required but little or no back-cast may be available.
The Snowbee EDR-F XS-Plus ED Roll-Cast Line is a floating line which has been constructed using a 60ft long 'Spey' style head with a steep rear taper and a long front taper, with a 60ft running line behind it, for exceptional casting performance in all situations. For many people 60ft is ample distance and this can be achieved with a simple roll cast now and no back cast necessary. With practice and time however, the technique pioneered by Italian fly casting legend Edgardo Döna, can also draw on the reserves of running line and produce extreme distances without the need for a back cast!.
Overhead casting is possible, when used from bank or boat but for optimum performance the head is so weighted that it best casts off the surface of the water rather than time consuming and labour intensive overhead. This means the line is perfect for performing below a dam-wall or tree lined margin for example, or of course when Sea Trout fishing at night or any situation where a back cast can be fraught with risk of snagging and lost fishing time.
Awarded ‘Best New Fishing Product at the Tackle and Gun show and ‘Tackle Testers Choice’ in Trout Fisherman, this new concept in fly line design is sure to be turning heads with its remarkable capabilities.
Snowbee EDR-F XS-Plus ED Roll-Cast Fly Line :
Colour: Buckskin/Hi-Viz Yellow
Available in three sizes: #6, #7 and #8 all Floating
Snowbee CLC-F Competition ‘Long Cast’ Fly Line unlike the Thistledown fly line, thicker, heavier fly lines require separate fly line weights. The first of these bigger lines to use the new 'Nano Coating Technology' with mono core technology is the ‘Competition Long Cast’. Available in line weights #7 and #8 initially, this line boasts a 20 yard (60ft) head with a 90ft running line, making each line 50 yards in total length, allowing for the extreme casting capabilities.The Snowbee CLC-F Competition ‘Long Cast’ Fly Line, whilst designed as an out and out distance casting line, and needing a good back drop to double haul, this fly line can produce insane casting distance in the right hands and a perfectly balanced rod outfit. In distinctive Ivory head and bright Red running line, ones casting skills and achievements will be the envy of ones neighbours all struggling to reach distant fish and drop offs that can now be achieved.
Snowbee CLC-F Competition ‘Long Cast’ Fly Line
Available in two sizes: #7 and #8 both Floating
Trout Fisherman "Tackle Testers Choice" October - November 2016 Issue 489 - Page 71