The Carron Jetstream fly line range provide high performance, finely balanced, exceptional quality fly lines. We offer the discerning angler a comprehensive choice of superior fly lines to suit all your Salmon and Trout fishing requirements.
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New Carron Jetstream Twinline sink 65ft head. We have taken delivery of the new Carron Jetstream sinking Spey lines in two tone and with a new 65ft head length. These lines are superb spring lines with a sink rate of 3.9ins per second. This new slightly shorter length will be much more mana….
a carron jetstream floating 120ft/40yds 9/10# spey line 55ft head length next generation (car003) £78.50 . only the best in spey lines new in stock . spey line – 9/10 – 120ft head – floating gaelforce fly lines. gaelforce equalizer spey – 9/10 38 grams, 586 grains, 54ft/16.4m float (l001) £83.00.
Jun 01, 2010 · Welcome to the Fly Fishing Forums Carron flyline I just bought a new 7wt sage tcx and was wondering if anybody has any ideas on lines to get the best out of it. A friend has reccomended a carron jetstream intermediate trout line. Has anybody used one? Carron market good lines though, although would be improper to recommend them over the
Product Description. In the development of the Carron Jetstream lines we have managed to incorporate some exceptional qualities that have set the Carron Jetstream range of lines apart from other line manufacturers. The unique coating of our Jetstream line gives the angler a supple, smooth running and memory free line that flows with ease
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As to the 80 grain variation everyone is going on about with a line like a Carron one can pull it in if it’s to heavy and let it out some if it’s to light. While some may not chose to do this it is a very workable method.
Nov 01, 2010 · Most good quality spey lines (not multitips) seem to have an RRP in the region of £55-65 nowadays, so the Carrons, which I think are £75 for the 65′ or 75′ versions, are only £10-20 more. That’s not that much of a premium to pay for the best – certainly it’s a much smaller %age than is the case for reels, lines, waders etc.