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Scientific Anglers Wavelength Grand Slam

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  Features

  • Designed for demanding tropical saltwater applications
  • Loads rods quickly, cuts through wind with ease, and turns over big saltwater flies
  • Short, powerful head for quick casts to moving targets
  • Textured surface improves flotation, reduces drag on line pick-up, and sheds water on back cast
  • Tropi-Core technology for tropical climates

Frequently Bought With Scientific Anglers Wavelength Grand Slam

One line, one day, three fish
The Scientific Anglers Wavelength Grand Slam fly line is designed to accomplish the ultimate flats fishing achievement, the Grand Slam. Bonefish, tarpon, and permit all offer their own individual challenges, the SA Grand Slam offers the performance needed to handle each of these demanding tropical saltwater situations.

The Grand Slam’s short, powerful cuts through wind and turns over heavy crab flies & wind-resistant tarpon toads with ease, and presents smaller shrimp flies with precision. The Wavelength Grand Slam integrates Scientific Anglers’s Mastery Textured surface which improves flotation, reduces drag on line pick-up, and sheds water on the back cast.

Specs

Line WeightGrain WeightHead LengthTotal Length
WF6F178 gr40'100'
WF7F205 gr40'100'
WF8F233 gr40'100'
WF9F270 gr40'100'
WF10F318 gr40'100'
WF11F368 gr40'100'
WF12F434 gr40'100'

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  1. Question

    edwin anderson

    like this line do you recomend an 11 or 12 wt fly line for a sage salt 1090
    or 10wt line for 10wt rod want best line for permitt ?

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    • OFFS Mike Mastropasqua

      Edwin, go with the WF10F. The Grand Slam line by design is a half-size heavy, so a WF10F on a 10 weight rod would be best.

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