Freshwater Fly Lines
Saltwater Fly Lines
Zing is the sound of fly line shooting through the guides. And the sound of a screaming reel with a fish on.
It’s also a visual representation of some of the key technologies that set our fly lines apart and ahead of the competition.
When it comes to fly lines, suppleness is both a plus and a minus. Supple lines throw loops easier, shoot farther and have less memory. But supple lines have their limitations. Summer heat can cause them to wilt and stick in the guides, robbing you of critical casting distance. We solved this problem by incorporating a slightly harder, lower compression material beginning at the high-wear haul and running zones and identifying this transition point with a line color change. The bottom line — ARC Fishing lines maintain their performance characteristics no matter what kind of day Mother Nature throws at you.
Small Molecules: Big Benefits. PTFE is one of the slickest, most hydrophobic compounds known to man. By applying Nano technology to permanently incorporate PTFE molecules into our freshwater fly lines, we’ve taken fly line performance to the next level. Our fly lines utilizing this proprietary technology float higher, cast farther and mend easier than competitive lines with conventional surface coatings. And because the PTFE Nano molecules are permanently incorporated into our lines, you don’t have to worry about them washing or wearing off over time.
This one is simple physics. The grooved design of our fly lines significantly reduces friction during the casting stroke. Lower friction equals easier, longer, more accurate casts. It’s that simple.