Scientific Anglers Sonar Titan Triple Density

Scientific Anglers Sonar Titan Triple Density

Titan Triple Density lines are not new to Scientific Anglers. Stillwater anglers have been enjoying the castability of the steep Titan taper for many years in the floating version, and more recently using the hover / sink 2 / sink 4, int / sink 3 / sink 5, and sink 3 / sink 5 / sink 7 to fish everywhere from shallow shorelines and weed beds, down into the cool depths of the lake during summer. The newest Triple Density lines from Scientific Anglers build on this same flexibility and fill in the gaps with new int / sink 2 / sink 3, and int / sink 3 / sink 6 versions so you can find exactly the right line to fish your favorite cove, inlet, or deep bowl. The Titan taper is easier to cast than a lot of other full-sinking lines out there, and due to the sink profile where the tip sinks the fastest, you get a straight-line connection to the fly line that gives you extraordinary feel when fishing delicate chironomid patterns, and when you’re setting the hook at long distances and in deep water.

These lines are not just for lakes. They are excellent for slow, deep pools in big rivers where you might want to get a beefy Blane Chocklett Game Changer down to a muskie, or for pounding streamers against the bank for trout. $100 | scientificanglers.com

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