Airflo Two Hand Lines
|The Contented Angler
Amy & Joe Gablick
147 Jefferson Avenue
Lower Burrell, PA. 15068
Delta Spey ll - When Tim Rajeff and Dec Hogan joined forces to
create the taper for the Delta Spey, we knew they were on to
something special. After 10 years of being everyone's "go to" spey
line, it is now time to take advantage of new materials and concepts
in spey line design. This is a longer more traditional line that will
enable you to make graceful, long casts.
Skagit Compact - With the help of Tom Larimer, Airflo
developed a series of Compact Skagit heads designed to
throw big flies and sink tips in tight confined spaces. As a
guide, Tom was able to work on the Skagit Compact heads in
the field by having his guests fish them and making changes
Want to toss some big flies and sinktips? This is the line you
New Rage Compact Line - I guess you would say that the new
Rage line from Airflo is between a skagit and a scandi line. A real
pleasure to cast!. Many wanted the casting qualities of the skagit
line when they were not using sink tips. Scandi lines are fun but
are not the best lines in the wind. The new Rage Compact will
throw the big flies with ease. Airflo came up with a real winner
Airflo continues to break new ground when it
comes to two handed lines.
Delta Spey ll Head - Many times I would be fishing a
skagit head and wanted to switch to a traditional
spey line or overhead cast. Now I can do just that!
Just what I've been waiting for.
Speydicator Line - The Speydicator was designed to
throw indicators with plenty of weight. The lines come
in four sizes starting at a WF6. They all have a short 21
to 23 foot head with a long 12 to 15 foot rear taper.
Behind the rear taper is a 25 to 30 foot heavy level
mending zone. The combination of the rear taper and
mending zone allows the fisherman to reposition the
head after casting and still have enough mass to stack
mend line for 60 feet or more.