It's safe to say that Cortland REALLY brought the goods this year. From a big push on the conventional side to an even bigger product release for us fly anglers, it was evident they've been BUSY as of late. Interested? Here's a complete rundown of all the latest fly fishing gear from lines and leaders to rods and reels! Price: $79.95 Price: $89.95 Price: $89.95 Price: $79.95 Price: $79.95 Price: $99.95 Price: $99.95 Price: $37.95 Price: from $19.15 Price: $10.95 Price: $13.95
Intro/Specs/Craftsmanship Back when I started fly fishing in the early 90's, I remember the top fly lines costing around 60$ or so. Were there more expensive lines? Perhaps. As both a kid and a newbie, I wasn't super aware or knowledgeable of the market quite yet, but at that age the cost still seemed relatively high. Well, have you seen what top tier fly lines cost nowadays? I've reviewed a few of them right here on Demystifly. I'll start off by saying that the ones I've tri
Intro/Specs/Craftsmanship Flats fishing and just sight-fishing in general are games of stealth. The water is shallow, typically clear, and the fish don't often come easily. Because of this, everything from flats skiffs to clothing are designed to be subtle so you remain undetected. By the same token, fly lines for tropical flats fishing conditions are often designed with muted, natural colors to help them blend-in to the surrounding water. This is great from a stealthy perspe
GT/Tuna- Built for big flies and big game, these 100-foot-long floating lines utilize Cortland's new Grip Set technology coupled with a braided nylon multifilament core boasting 50+ pounds of breaking strength and great abrasion resistance. Featuring a yellow running line and a light-blue head, GT/Tuna lines also tout a tropic plus jacket to withstand harsh conditions. $89.95 Tropic Compact- This new line sports a short, aggressive head to beat the wind and toss chunky flies.