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I have available three Scientific Anglers Sharkwave Siege lines, new in box. They are:

WF-6-F SOLD
WF-7-F SOLD
WF-8-F


These are current model lines and new retail is $99.95. Buy these for $45 each, shipped in the lower 48.

Here is information from the web about these lines.



Designed to turn over even the largest flies with just a single backcast, the SharkWave Siege has power in spades. The short, aggressive head pushes weight toward the back of the taper, resulting in a line that might not win a casting contest, but will certainly catch you a lot of fish. Isn't that what really matters, anyway?

  • Sharkskin texturing on the tip section for the ultimate in flotation
  • Mastery Textured running line delivers longer casts without abrasion
  • Features the Tactile Reference Point (TRP), a non-embossed section at the end of the head
  • For throwing big flies with minimal backcasts
  • Short, powerful head perfect for tossing streamers
  • For temperate climates

 

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Don't have the Siege, but do have the Sonar Titan Type III and the Mastery Titan floater lines, both textured. Both lines are far superior to anything I've seen from Rio in the same general shooting head line classes. The texturing doesn't double as a meat slicer like the Sharkskin lines, and are less noisy. I think SA finally has it really going on with these shooting lines, and I do plan to get a faster sinking Sonar Titan to replace my OBS S6 line as it's starting to look a little sleazy. For close in work I'd bet these Siege lines would work great.
 

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Don't have the Siege, but do have the Sonar Titan Type III and the Mastery Titan floater lines, both textured. Both lines are far superior to anything I've seen from Rio in the same general shooting head line classes. The texturing doesn't double as a meat slicer like the Sharkskin lines, and are less noisy. I think SA finally has it really going on with these shooting lines, and I do plan to get a faster sinking Sonar Titan to replace my OBS S6 line as it's starting to look a little sleazy. For close in work I'd bet these Siege lines would work great.
These are the Sharkwave lines, which is different than just the Sharkskin, as you described. The Sharkskin texture is used in front portion of the line, I believe, so it's not noisy nor cause other issues.
 
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