|Model||Weight||Rec Fly Line|
|9' #4||71g||Short Head #4|
|9' #5||72g||Short Head #5|
|9'6" #6||74g||Competition #5|
|9' #8||88g||Short Head #8|
|10' #7||99g||Competiton #7|
Super slim carbon with the feel of glass. Heralding the return of feel.
Full action fast recovering super light carbon fly rods. Single leg stand off K-Series guides maintain the action of the rod. Using fewer threads to attach to the blank allows the rod to bend more naturally giving a level of feel which brings the joy back to fly fishing.
Floating or sinking lines, the Technique will handle it. We named it The Technique because it rewards good form when casting. Think buttery smooth casting. Consistent loops shape and elegant long casts. This rod takes the effort and shock out of casting. Less is more. Fewer injuries, less tangles, less frustration and bigger catch rates.
A fly rod's primary function is shock absorption. Absorbing the head shakes and sudden runs of a fish means you can fish lighter tippets. Fishing lighter tippets means you can present smaller flies which represent the naturals more accurately. In short, you Spook Less, Hook More and Land More.
Sunray's unique guide alignment systems gives you the option of 2 settings. Regular and low friction. Low friction keeps the line from hitting the top 3rd of the rod when casting and fishing, giving even more direct contact and feel.
I’m really happy with the 10’7 version of this rod. I’m a fan of Sunray products and this rod seems like the previous Volition rod combined with microlite. It is a soft rod but still has enough power to cast a Sunray sinking line. I recently used it for 2 days on a boat at Grafham and it was really good fishing the SSI with long leaders. At one point I caught the top dropper in the rod tip ring with a 3lb fish attached (Muppet!), normally something would give but I was able to absorb all the lunges and land the fish with nothing breaking, showing the benefit of a rod that bends. Overall very pleased with the product.
Try terms like "sinking fly line"