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xCortland Saltwater 333+ Classic Fly Lines

Cortland once again leads the way by being the first fly line manufacturer to offer species specific performance fly lines at a mid price. The 333 Pro Series fly lines are species specific tapers, engineered to generate high line speeds when used with modern action fly rods. The 333 Pro lines are overweighted to load your rod more quickly, have a longer belly to carry more line in air, and have a stiffer finish to shoot through your guides more easily, and with beefed-up back tapers to shoot further.

Specific fish require specific tapers, and that is exactly what Cortland did with each species line. Cortland makes each line taper and size work together to target your favorite species from Trout to Redfish with the right line - Cortland 333 Pro, species specific fly lines.
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aCortland 333Pro Redfish Floating
$39.95
Type: Floating
Taper: WF
Color: Yellow
Core: Nylon Braid
Length: 90'

333 Pro Redfish floating line was designed with a short, very aggressive front taper to turn over big heavy, wind-resistant flies. Built using heat resistant coatings allowing the line to stay stiff in hot conditions. Its longer belly gives you an edge when the wind picks up and greater distance is required.

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aCortland 333Pro Pike Floating
$39.95
Type: Floating
Taper: WF
Color: Yellow
Core: Nylon Braid
Length: 90'

Designed for big, heavy flies and stiff, fast action rods. A long distance line with a radically short front taper.

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Cortland 333 Classic Bass/Big Fly Floating Fly Line
$36.00
Type: Floating
Taper: WF
Color: Yellow
Length: 90'

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aCortland 333Pro Salmon/Steelhead Sink-Tip
$39.95
Type: 20' Sink-Tip type 6 (6.25-7IPS)
Taper: WF
Color: Yellow / Brown tip
Core: Nylon Braid
Length: 90'

Salmon and Steelhead fishing often requires a floating line with a sinking tip to allow for maximum line control and the ability to get down where the fish are.