We designed a blank, sent it to George Minculete, George made a rod, Sent it to Cameron Mortenson, Cameron sent it to Scientific Anglers, Scientific anglers gave it the double thumbs up - it's the circle of life man.
But here's the really interesting bit. The Scientific Anglers Expert Distance line is the line I most often use for my casting - it was also the line I used to make "Casts that Catch Fish"
We used that same line as a "baseline" line to develop the entire Epic Range. Nice to see that born out out in the SA review!
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Fly Fishing Emergers. A semi-sunk fly projects more visible stimulus than a high and dry pattern, so it makes a lot of sense to use a design that penetrates the surface film as a ‘searching pattern’, rather than the high-riding flies usually recommended for this job like the Royal Wulff, Humpy or Elk Hair Caddis. For me, the old dry hackle jobs have been moved well down the bench, even for fast broken water.