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Hellllooo Fish River

December 21, 2009

– Still doing some last minute Christmas shopping you lazy sally procrastinator?

Well, if the recipient of your last minute purchase swings streamers on the Fish River (or any river for that matter) during the spring run, listen up.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you have probably heard the ranting and raving that is standard company with Sharkshin fly lines. Believe the hype, Sharkshin fly lines are arguably the best lines on the market. Good luck finding someone who has fished these lines that disagrees.

Less surface area=less friction=better cast!

As if there weren’t enough reasons to spend 100 bones on a fly line, I now give you one more; STREAMER EXPRESS. It seems like lately dry flies get all the credit, which might make sense if your fishing out west (generalizing, I know), but in northern Maine streamers are the name of the game. While fishing streamers with a floating line can be effective in certain conditions, a good sinking line is a must during the Spring run if you plan on hooking up with the big boys. A common complaint I hear about fishing sinking lines is that they are sluggish and difficult to cast. With the specially designed S.A. Sharkshin coating, casting a sinking line has never been more easy. Optimized for wind and cold weather, Streamer Express is specifically designed to shoot big-ol-streamers through the northern winds. I could not imagine a more perfect line for trolling streamers during early spring on the Fish River, period.

Trolling with Dad on the Fish River

For more information on the S.A. Sharkskin Streamer Express fly line, and the complete line (line,line,line,line I know) of S.A. lines, visit!

Tight Lines,


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One Comment leave one →
  1. December 22, 2009 12:07 am

    Great post. I really found alot of value in what you shared. Keep it up!

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