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#11382532 - 01/31/16 05:50 PM Sinking line
El suave Offline

Registered: 04/11/12
Posts: 122
Loc: waco
Looking to try my hand at fly fishing for white bass. What line do i need for this

#11382776 - 01/31/16 07:48 PM Re: Sinking line [Re: El suave]
Fly chef Offline

Registered: 02/21/13
Posts: 172
Loc: Temple Tx
Tenny 200 Look on eBay Sink Tip

#11382839 - 01/31/16 08:12 PM Re: Sinking line [Re: El suave]
Robert Hunter Offline
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Registered: 06/14/10
Posts: 3880
I may have only caught 2 or 3 sandbass in my time as a fly fisherman popcorn2 but I don't even so much as own a sinking line. Think about how deep the creek is you are going to be targeting them in especially when they get really pressured I like having the floating line to hold my fly line above the fish as to not spook them. I do have a buddy that likes to use sink tip though. If you are really needing to get a lot deeper you might think about the concept of a sink tip as well so that the main running section of your line is not running right down the middle of the school. Of course I have seen it when you could walk out there and kick them with your boot back up and cast into them again and they all eat just fine.

#11383373 - 02/01/16 08:26 AM Re: Sinking line [Re: El suave]
centex7 Offline

Registered: 12/03/15
Posts: 37
I recently purchased a used reel with sinking tip line and have really enjoyed fishing it the past two weekends. I will use it for white bass but I'm really looking forward to spring bass before they go shallow.

#11383396 - 02/01/16 08:40 AM Re: Sinking line [Re: El suave]
spacemonkey Online   content

Registered: 06/02/10
Posts: 70
Here in Texas I use a sinking line far more than a floating line. It has been a game changer for me. It upped my fish catches. Especially striped and sandies. I prefer an intermediate sinking line! Currently I use the royal Wolff mono clear sinking line. It's a great line but has a memory. If it's cold out you will have to stretch it prior to fishing. I do recommend getting a sinking line as a second line but a fast sink may be too much for shallow water.


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