Allen Fly Fishing - Fly Lines

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  1. Northlake27

    Northlake27 Member

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    I purchased a floating and a sinking not long ago and I gotta say they exceeded my expectations. I was expecting So-So lines but these are top quality. The sinking has brought many fish to hand so far and the floater is just waiting for the river to open. I also have one of their reels coming and I'm expecting top quality from the reports I've read.
     
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    Floating worked great in really cold high country water yesterday!
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    The Alpha reel is great too. Nothing but good things to say from someone who fishes hard.
     
  3. Jim Ficklin

    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    Received my line order today . . . very quick delivery and nice touch, Justen!

    Nice fish & gorgeous country, NorTah . . . reminds me of a lake back home (which I'll see in July, unless of course I decide to dislocate my shoulder again on The 4th this year for the third time <praying, lighting votive candles, and crossing all of my fingers after I typed this>.
     
  4. Josh Smestad

    Josh Smestad aka Mtnwkr

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    Got my new lines Friday. They look and feel every bit as nice as lines costing 6x as much. Got a chance to cast the 5wt floater this morning and it is very smooth. Thanks for the good service, quick responses and fast shipping. I'll be ordering more when I get more spools to put them on! -Josh
     
  5. Ed Call

    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    My box full of goodies arrived today. Lines, slotted foam boxes, ripple foam boxes and center leaf boxes. Each is fabulous on first inspection and of course only time will tell, but these things all look very high quality. No disappointment here and I'll gladly report how the lines cast and handle. Awesome stuff Justin, fast shipping. I remain a happy customer of yours.
     
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    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
     
  7. 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?
     
  8. AllenFlyFishing

    AllenFlyFishing Allen Fly Fishing

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    Hi MtnWkr, Yes, I will have them in 2 weeks.
     
  9. 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
     
  10. c1eddy

    c1eddy Active Member

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

    AllenFlyFishing Allen Fly Fishing

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    sure, the Sink rate for the sink tip lines are 4-5 IPS
     
  12. AllenFlyFishing

    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"
     
  13. 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.
     
  14. Manimal

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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
     
  15. Islander

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    Hi Allen, What is the sink rates for your full sink lines? Thanks, Steve
     
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