Thin Dry Fly Line with Overhang Marker®️ - Sunray – Sunray Fly Fish
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Customer Reviews

Based on 50 reviews
Chris S (Scarborough, GB)
They don't see it coming.

I’ve used Sunray lines for the last couple of seasons. When fishing in low clear water conditions for wild browns the micro thin dry lines really give you an edge with a delicate presentation. Definately recommended for those who enjoy spotting and stalking their fish.

Thanks for the great review and pic Chris. Much appreciated by us all here at Sunray.

Brendan Shaw (Morecambe, GB)
Awesome Line! Research & development at is best... A GAME CHANGER!!!

Well, i’ve contemplated buying this line for a long time now and can only say...... I wish i had done it sooner! The problem I had here was that i was trying to compare it to other lines on the market, when in fact what Sunray have done here is create a completely new and revolutionary product! .... Its really not like any other fly line i’ve ever cast before! .... This line is simply a ‘Game changer’ ...... It loads my 10ft Streamflex with ease, i’ve never felt it load so well before, its like it has literally brought my rod to life! .... and with the overhang marker at hand, a couple of false casts and this line just flies out!!! Not only does it cast with ease but it’s really fine diameter allows it to present beautifully!!! Tom is right, it makes me giggle every time i cast it! To me this product has changed the face of my fishing and offered me new opportunities that i wouldn't have had before! Its so refreshing to see a company investing in proper research and development to actually engineer quality products and not just churn out the same old products! If your considering this line... my advice is ..... just buy it, you wont regret it and you will realise that this is how fly lines should work! Well done guys 😎

Michael Schreiber (Olching, DE)
JL Dry Fly - Rod + Line #2

Was a bit long wait for the line - but now everything perfect. We're heading for the Marmorata-season's Start in Italy and will try our best (probably more on the Nymph as there won't be many insects hatching in February :-))