Straight 'n' Soft Leaders (light grey & clear tip)

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  • Extra limp. Dull colour. Dead straight leaders.
  • No more coily, spring like, shiny thick fish scaring leaders!
  • Use nail knots for attaching to non looped fly lines
  • Use water knots to attach tippet.
        • Customer Reviews

          Based on 68 reviews
          Michael boyce
          Perfection !!

          Wow !! By far the best tapered leaders I have ever used !! So easy to lay my fly into some crazy tight spots. Zero coil after the first cast !! If your not fishing the Sunray soft leaders your Blowing-it !!

          Hi Michael, thank you for the fantastic review and the photos. It looks like you've clicked the wrong amount of stars though. We're presuming you mean 5 stars.

          Bill Kirkland

          The straight and soft leaders work great, work exactly as advertised.
          I would recommend this product.

          Thanks Bill. A very helpful review for our customers. Much appreciated, from all at Sunray HQ.

          Steven Mulhall
          Decent But Way Too Expensive

          these are decent and do what they say they'll do... there is little to no coil/memory, they turn over well, and the colour is what you would hope for, but £15 including delivery for just 1?! On most fishing trips I'll change the fly 4 to 5 times - after 5 changes these are useless as you've reached the fat part of the leader/they're 2 feet shorter

          Thanks for your feedback Steven, our new packaging includes 3 leaders. Available this Winter.

          John MacQuarrie
          Great leader!

          After a week of salmon fishing in eastern Canada where I exclusively used these leaders I can say they are worth the money. They had no memory and were straight from the start. I will be ordering more in the future

          Vincent Doran
          Catching trout

          Very happy with the product .haven’t put 1pm my fly line yet looking forward to trying it out