Between spooked fish and missed hook sets, fly fishing for bonefish can test your patience. When targeting fish as notoriously skittish as bonefish, you need a fly line that will hurl flies at long distances, deliver delicate presentations, and remain in one piece after long days fishing in demanding saltwater conditions. The Scientific Anglers Amplitude Bonefish Fly Line checks the box on all three of these requirements. A stiff core and AST Plus additive increases the overall durability of the line, and a medium-length shooting head with compound taper allows you to make long casts without disturbing schools of tailing bonefish.
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