AIRFLO CUSTOM CUT TIPS
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These things are brutal to cast but totally brutal on the fish, so in short, they are an awesome product and well worth adding to your kit.
The idea is to loop one of these onto the end of a Skagit head, and as both the Skagit head and custom cut tip are fitted with welded loops, it is really easy to pop one on and/or off. Better still, you can customise your custom cut tip (that's the custom part).
What you do is have a bunch of tips that sink at different rates, then depending on what pool you're fishing, you chop and change the tip. The best way to store these is on the C&F Design Shooting Head Dispenser. It's an easy system to work with and will turn your double hander into a fishing machine.
FLO Tips offer a tapered butt of 2.5 ft of Intermediate sink tipped with 7.5 ft of T-Sink level tungsten line.
The transition from an Intermediate to a tungsten sink tip simply
makes the turnover smoother and puts the fly as deep as we wish under
Want more deeper? Try the T18 Airflo Custom Cut tips in the 18 ft length if you really want to dredge, otherwise, we think these FLO Tips will get the fly to the fish just right.
Why we love AIRFLO FLO Tips. They sink our flies just right. They cast like a dream. They turn over smoothly as we could hope for. Loops are tight and tough. Want more? Great selection of sink rates too. Take that to the bank.
AIRFLO FLO Tips are ready to Rock.These FLO tips are ready to fish, straight out of the package. Welded loops are on both ends represent the strongest and slimmest in the industry.
Looped at both ends. AIRFLO FLO Tips factory loops are the strongest and slimmest we have fished, period.
Choosing FLO tip by fly size and fly weight. lighter flies will cast better or the cast will feel better with a lighter FLO tip. The largest, heaviest, most wind resistant flies will cast better with the heaviest FLO tips."
- T7 is rated for 7 inches per second;
- T10 at 8 in per sec;
- T14 is rated at 9.5 inches per second
- T18 at 11.5 inch per second