OPST PURE SKAGIT LAZAR LINE
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We ship to most countries that offer a tracking service for your security and ours. Please contact us if you need further help.
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Where else do we ship?
APO/FPO – We proudly offer Standard shipping to Military addresses! Please note that due to carrier size restrictions not all items are available for shipment. Orders are shipped via USPS Parcel Post and can take up to 4-6 weeks for delivery.
How do we ship?
Your shipment will arrive via UPS or USPS. We do not require a signature for delivery. If you are not home, a note will be left with directions on how to receive your order. Help is always available at 610-678-1899 xt. 4 or email us
TCO Fly Shop, Inc will accept returns on most products within 30 days. The item MUST be unused and in NEW condition. We can not accept returns after 30 days unless approved by TCO Staff. To return an item, simply click here and fill out the return form.
Backordered items shipping to US addresses within 3-7 business days after the item is back in stock. If your order includes both in-stock and backordered items, the backordered portion will be shipped at no additional charge unless otherwise noted. Delivery may take longer for some items. TCO staff will communicate status on any backorder items via e-mail.
TCO Fly Shop, Inc will accept returns on most products within 30 days. The item MUST be unused and in NEW condition. We can not accept returns after 30 days unless approved by TCO Staff. To return an item, simply CLICK HERE with the reason for returning and we will assist you in processing the return.
OPST Pure Skagit Lazar Shooting Line
- 50 Meters
- Exceptional durability
- Consistent performance in hot and cold
- High visibilty
- Ties beautiful knots
- Calculated stretch - High knot strength
With all mono running lines, irritating coiling can occur. This is caused from spinning introduced in the casting, by a spinning fly, or more commonly, when the line is loaded onto the reel. Here are some causes and explanations:
COILY FLY LINES:
If your fly line comes off the reel looking like a slinky, then it may corkscrew enough in the water to twist up the running line. One should be particularly mindful of coily flylines during periods of cold weather and especially if the flyline is Polyurethane based. The "fix" is to stretch the flyline out just prior to using it, to remove the slinky effect.
Fly patterns tied "in the round" create more twist onto the line system than do flies tied with a "keel" (ie flies with heavier eyes that ride consistently the same way in the current).
Spey-type casts, being as "curvy" as they are, inherently produce some "natural" twisting action. Also, some conditions of casting seem to produce more line twist than others. Shorter types of flylines seem to twist more readily than do longer ones. Large amounts of continuous, short casts of the same type, such as doing 30 right shoulder Snap T-'s with only the head and 5' of runner, can twist up a line system fairly quickly. The "while fishing fix" is to mix up one's casts so that the direction of twist isn't constant. In other words, instead of 30 right shoulder Snaps in a row, do 3 right shoulder Snaps, then change up to 3 left shoulder casts of some type.
Incorrectly spooling a runner can be a major source of line twist. The correct way is... reel and runner spool are aligned in-line with one another. In other words, as if viewing a car from above, if the reel is the right rear tire, then the runner spool needs to be the right front tire. Once the reel and runner spool alignment is correct, then the line needs to be feeding from off the BOTTOM of the running line spool and then into the bottom of the fly reel. IF THE LINE FEEDS FROM THE TOP of the runner spool, to the bottom of the fly reel, then expect major line twist to occur!