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Sharkwave TITAN Fly Line Lt Yellow/Mist Green/Sky Blue

Scientific Anglers Sharkwave Saltwater Titan Fly Line

The Worlds First Triple-Textured Fly Line

When we introduced the SharkskinTM family of lines in 2007, they werent simply the latest in a long line of high-quality innovations. The Sharkskin created an entirely new category of product: textured fly lines. These lines, developed and manufactured at the Scientific Anglers facility in Midland, Michigan, represented one of the most interesting and groundbreaking evolutions in the history of fly line technology.

The benefits of the textured lines were numerous: increased surface area allowed the lines to
sit higher in the water, offering less drag, easier mending, less water spray, and easier pick-ups; the micro-textured surface trapped air to provide increases in both shootability and flotationall while decreasing friction; and the microreplicated pattern increased the durability of the lines, allowing them to last up to twice as long.

The accolades mounted. But we knew we could do better.

Using what we learned while developing the Sharkskin, we developed the Mastery
Textured series. These lines took the high points of the Sharkskin technology and combined them with the easy feel of traditional, smooth fly lines, resulting in a textured line that performs like the Sharkskin, but feels smoother to the touch.

Then something struck us: Lets take the best parts of the Sharkskin, combine it with the Mastery Textured series, and see what happens.

The result? Meet the SharkWave, the worlds first Triple-Textured fly line. Featuring Sharkskin texture on the tip section, Mastery Textured divots for the belly and running line, a smooth Tactile Reference Point at the AFTMA 30-foot mark, SA"ID line identification, AST dry slick technology, Improved Dry Tip technology, and Streamlined Loops, the SharkWave is unlike any fly line weve ever produced. Fishing friction free.

Sharkskin tip section and Mastery Textured running line with Tactile Reference Point (TRP)

Reformulated coating made specifically for big-game saltwater applications; it is stiffer and shows increased slickness and wear resistance

Built on a high-strength core with a breaking strength over 50-lbs.

Longer rear taper than Mastery Textured Titan

Features graduated running lines; (i.e. the 6-wt. is smaller than the 7-wt.) this helps in shooting line on longer casts

Quick-Loading Saltwater Taper for Big Flies

Sharkskin texturing on the tip section for the ultimate in flotation

Mastery Textured running line delivers longer casts without abrasion

Features the Tactile Reference Point (TRP), a non-embossed section at the end of the head

Loads quickly and delivers the biggest flies to the furthest targets

Floating integrated shooting head

Extra-strength core for big-game species

SA ID - SA SW ST WF X F (X = line weight)

LINE WEIGHT

HEAD LENGTH

TOTAL LENGTH

GRAIN WEIGHT

WF-6-F

38'

100'

200

WF-7-F

38'

100'

230

WF-8-F

38'

100'

263

WF-9-F

38'

100'

300

WF-10-F

48'

100'

350

WF-11-F

48'

100'

412

WF-12-F

48'

100'

475

149.95

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