Allen Fly Fishing - Fly Lines

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  1. LyNcH

    LyNcH Steelhead Junkie

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    I received a sinking 5 wt line and a ouple fly boxes today from Justin. The line looks great and the fly boxes are worth evry nice - waterprook, see through cover, both ripple and foam slot looks durable. I'll probably be ordering up a 7wt sinking line inthe near future. PS - communication was great too.

    Eric
     
  2. Josh Smestad

    Josh Smestad aka Mtnwkr

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    Hey Justin, any chance you have a source on some low priced backing for us?
     
  3. AllenFlyFishing

    AllenFlyFishing Allen Fly Fishing

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    Hi MtnWkr, Yes, I will have them in 2 weeks.
     
  4. AllenFlyFishing

    AllenFlyFishing Allen Fly Fishing

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    Update on Lines!

    Now Available... $18 each

    Sink Tip Lines #5, #6, #8, and #9wts. Total line length is 100' with the first 15' sinking. The sink rate is 4-5 IPS



    Thanks


    Justin
     
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    c1eddy Member

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    Justin, can you say what the sink rate is on these new sink tip lines? Thanks.
     
  6. AllenFlyFishing

    AllenFlyFishing Allen Fly Fishing

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    sure, the Sink rate for the sink tip lines are 4-5 IPS
     
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    AllenFlyFishing Allen Fly Fishing

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    Allen Fly Fishing - New Color WFF Fly Line

    Hi Everyone, I have a new color for my WFF lines. This is a 2 colored line. The fist 15' (Taper section) is another color than the running line. They are $12.50 each. If interested, please send me a PM

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    Thanks



    Justin "Allen"
     
  8. Jim Ficklin

    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    Broke-in an Alpha reel & WF-3-F line today . . . was extremely pleased. Line casts like a dream, very slick, and I actually prefer the Alpha to my Ross Vexis 1 on this particular rod. All-in-all, a lot of reel & line for the money.
     
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    Justin,
    Are any of your reels appropriate for saltwater fishing where the fishermen rarely rinses his gear off?hehe (ie, waterproof drag)
    Also, what is the warranty?
    Thanks
    Lucio
     
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    Islander Steve

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    Hi Allen, What is the sink rates for your full sink lines? Thanks, Steve
     
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    Received the white #4 and #5 yesterday.
    Thanks!
     
  12. Mark Speer

    Mark Speer It's all good.....

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    Islander, check out his website ( link should take you there) Looks like its 3 ips.


    http://www.allenflyfishing.com/flyline.html


     
  13. Jim Riggins

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    I run a fishing group for at risk kids at Clark County Juvenile Detention in Vancouver Wa. Lamiglas donated some new fly rods and G Loomis kicked in thier East Fork reels. I contacted Justin about fly lines and he graciously agreed to donate what ever we need. I haven't received them yet but I just wanted to give him KUDO'S for helping keep a few kids out of trouble and learn a new way to keep busy and stay out of here. I wanted to pass this info along to everyone so they can see what kind of a guy Justin really is. Thanks for the lines Justin, I'll keep you updated on how the group is doing. Jim Riggins
     
  14. AllenFlyFishing

    AllenFlyFishing Allen Fly Fishing

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    Thanks everyone for giving my lines a try. Hope there doing well. I have more in stock. If your needed anymore. Send me a PM.


    Thanks everyone,


    Justin
     
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    AllenFlyFishing Allen Fly Fishing

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    Hi Everyone,

    Wanted to let you know that I now have my Saltwater ad Bonefish lines ready. I have them in 8, 9, and 10wt.


    Thanks again



    Justin
     
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