How do lines (specifically the Airflo 40+) we use out here in the Puget Sound perform in warm tropical waters? Does the heat/water temperature effect or damage the lines at all? I am not trying to drop a 100 bucks on a bonefish/warmwater fly line I will rarely ever use. I'm going on a family vacation to the bahamas next week, and I'm bringing the 6 weight for whatever near-shore fish that will bite (bonefish will probably be an unrealistic expectation on this trip). It looks like I will be able to catch few tropical "aquarium" fish, and I'm happy with that. Bringing an assortment of clousers, streamers, and scuds.