Git Down Float / Inter Sink Tip with Overhang Marker®️

Git Down Float / Sink Tip Taper & Specs

 

Weight

Head Length

Total Length

Git Down Float / Inter #5

17g at 36'

36'

120'

Git Down Float / Inter #6

19g at 36'

36'

120'

Git Down Float / Inter #7

21g at 38'

38'

120'

Git Down Float / Inter #8

23.5g at 38'

38'

120'

$77.00

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Fish the top 6" with more precision...

A floating head with integrated 4ft slow sinking tip to get flies in the top 12". Puts your flies where the fish are feeding 99% of the time.

Designed to sink when used with fluorocarbon leaders to suspend flies with greater control, rather than depending entirely on the fly line to get depth. A low diameter front taper means that, although this is a sink tip line, it doesn't land like a brick.

The short head along with our Overhang Marker feature, loads quickly and blasts flies amazing distances with one haul.

Use it for stillwaters with limited back casting space, kayak/boat fishers, coastal rock fishing, river fishing with limited space or single hand spey casts. 

Think midges, nymphs, spiders and sub surface lures...

To put it simply......DO NOT go on a lake without this line!

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 27 reviews
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    Christopher Skivington
    Git Down Float / Inter Sink Tip

    A couple of years ago I moved over to Sunray lines and have been nothing but impressed. I have the full range of lines and the performance is night and day to other conventional brands. The line fires out of the rod and presents beautifully. I would highly recommend them at full price and in the sale they are a no brainer.

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    philip sherman
    Very good line

    Have used this two time and it has improved the distance.

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    Andy Gibbs
    Fly line

    It is the best line

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    David Birnage
    Best sea trout line yet

    Can even see the overhang marker at night. So easy to pick up the line and make a long single cast. Rolls and speys well too.

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    michael fleck
    Git down

    Effortless distance and 3 fish in its first outing . Thanks