Definition for 'Sinking Line'
Sinking fly lines are for getting down to lower levels of the water column where the fish are feeding. Fish feed at different levels depending on factors such as temperature, so it’s vital to know how to tell where they are feeding so that you can select the correct type of fly and line.
There are different sinking densities from slow sinking which typically sink at around 2 inches per second, medium with a sink rate of approx 5 inches per second, to ultra fast sinking lines which sinks at up to 8 inches per second.
Flies relating to Sinking Line
Sinking Line is mentioned in 58 flies within our catalogue. Of course, there are most likely more flies relating to this, but here is just a sample of the patterns: Show all related flies