Red Truck Nymph Fly Line, 7wt
Steelhead are sure an interesting fish to say the least. You can simply call them an ocean run rainbow trout, or you could just call them what they truly are...incredible. Regardless, these fish are worthy of your effort. Although there are many ways to catch a steelhead on a fly rod, the most effective technique for sheer numbers is to nymph fish.
Especially on smaller streams where shelves, troughs and pools offer a break for these migratory fish to rest and literally stack in good numbers. In these conditions, swinging a fly is not only a challenge, it's also not very productive. Instead, you should dead drift your offering at fish-eye level. This is best done with a heavier-duty nymph rig. To do this correctly, you don't want just any fly line, you want the Leland British Columbia Drift fly line.
With the right taper and head length, our fly line makes quick work of efficiently casting your heavier flies, added weight and indicators. No longer will you just be slinging your offering to the water gods. Instead, you'll be accurately and efficiently delivering your nymph system. Add to this our extended rear taper for easy mends and natural drifts.
When you experience nymphing for steelhead with your Leland British Columbia Drift fly line, not only will you enjoy every cast...you'll also enjoy casting more fish, too. One more consideration...you might want to put this new fly line on the fly rod for which it was designed, our Leland Rod Co. British Columbia Drift fly rod.