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Fulling Mill Masterclass Copolymer 50m

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PGPID19052402

Key Features

  • Use when fish are high in the water
  • Co-polymer is certainly the tippet material to reach for
  • Lower density rating compared to that of fluorocarbon
  • It sinks at a slower rate for you to present your flies higher
  • Many anglers tend to use Co-polymer when dry fly fishing
  • Its extremely supple and allows your flies to drift freely
Grouped product items
Model Item name Price & stock Qty
MC3030 Size: 3X, Strength: 7.99lb / 3.63kg
£6.45
3 in stock
MC3050 Size: 5X, Strength: 3.91lb / 1.78kg
£6.45
5+ in stock
MC3045 Size: 4.5X, Strength: 5.56lb / 2.53kg
£6.45
5 in stock
MC3060 Size: 6X, Strength: 2.96lb / 1.35kg
£6.45
5 in stock
MC3020 Size: 2X, Strength: 10.15lb / 4.61kg
£6.45
1 in stock
MC3040 Size: 4X, Strength: 6.65lb / 3.02kg
£6.45
2 in stock
MC3070 Size: 7X, Strength: 1.99lb / 0.90kg
£6.45
5 in stock
 
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Fulling Mill Masterclass Copolymer 50m, When fish are sitting high in the water feeding on emergers or dry flies, Co-polymer is certainly the tippet material to reach for. Co-polymer has a lower density rating compared to that of fluorocarbon, so it sinks at a slower rate allowing you to present your flies higher in the water column for longer. As a rule of thumb, whether they fish rivers or lakes, many anglers tend to use Co-polymer when dry fly fishing its extremely supple and allows your flies to drift freely on the water surface without too much surface tension, much like the real thing. However more recently, competitive anglers have shown the advantages of fishing nymphs and buzzers on a method called the Washing Line, where they want their flies to hang in the surface film throughout the whole retrieve. If you fish shallow reservoirs where weed is an issue, or you want to present your flies in the most natural way possible as close as you can to the surface, give the Fulling Mill Masterclass Co-polymer a try.
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