The floating version of Royal Wulff’s notorious Triangle Taper comes in a variety of sizes from a 2wt through a 9wt. This line is extremely popular in freshwater angling scenarios because of its unique taper design. The head of this line features one continuous taper for ultimate energy transfer during both overhead casting and roll casting. This is a wonderfully delicate fly line that’s great for small flies and light presentations but also works well in a nymphing setting when roll casting capabilities are needed.
J3 Coating, Multiple Color Options - Royal Wulff’s J3 Coating causes the line to float higher, shoot farther, and repel water for ultimate performance. The slick coating has a ‘dry feel’ which helps minimize friction through the guides and increases the life of the line. The line’s durability and dirt-repelling capabilities can also be attributed to this coating. The floating version of this line is available in Olive, Ivory, or Orange so you can either be stealthy in your approach or choose a highly visible line.
Delicate Presentations, Roll Casting - The Triangle Taper offers award-winning performance with a unique taper design built for delicate presentations and roll casting at short ranges. The continuous forward taper allows highly efficient energy transfer throughout the cast and industry-leading roll casting abilities. The majority of the weight of the fly line is away from the fly which leads to the line’s superb delicacy and ideal performance for dry fly fishing.
Cold/Moderate - This line is made to be used in cold and moderate climates including freshwater streams and rivers, lakes, and almost any climate. This line is built with a supple coldwater core and coating that keeps it stiff and durable in cold water. That being said, this line will turn limp in tropical climates and isn’t meant to be used in high heat.
Continuous Forward Taper - The head of the Triangle Taper ranges from 27 feet to 40 feet, depending on the line size you choose. Unlike any other line, it features a continuous front taper which means the heaviest part of the head is at the rear and the lightest is in the forward part of the line. This taper promotes wide-ranging performance from nymphing to dry fly fishing and everything in between.
Best for: Freshwater, Trout
Loops: Front Loop (Leader to Fly Line Connection)
|Line Weight||Length||Head Weight||Head Length||Sink Rate||Color||Price|