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Hy-Flote Extra Silver Label WF Floating Line

Front welded loop for easy and fast leader attachment. The versatile freshwater floating line gives outstanding performance characteristics: easy line pickup, smooth casts, and minimal drag when fishing dry flies. An extra-long head section makes line mends easier and increases casting distance by efficiently loading the rod. Both feature a braided nylon core. Freshwater in buckskin, fl. yellow. 1 wt. 90'. Made in USA.
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Is this line good for salmon fishing
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Hi there. I’m Megan from Orvis Customer Service. Since no one has answered your question yet, I did a little research for you, and here’s what I found out:

This line is good for salmon fishing.
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What's the difference between DT and WF both in Floating lines?
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Anonymous
 - Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Hi, this is Matt from Orvis Technical, I noticed no one had answered your question but here is the information you were looking for:

DT stands for Double Taper. Double taper lines have a taper on both ends with a long belly section in the middle. Double taper lines help to make long roll casts and mends. WF stands for Weight Forward. As the name suggestions, weight forward lines have most of their weight in the front of the line followed by a thin running line. Weight forward lines are easier to cast long distances.
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how many grains does an orvis silver line #5 and #6 WF line weigth?
I was wondering how many grains does an orvis silver line #5 and #6 WF line weigth?
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marcelonbraga
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Hi, this is Matt from Orvis Technical, I notice no one had answered your question but, the front 30' on the Silver label 5 weight line weighs 140 grains while the front 30" on the 6 weighs weighs 160 grains.
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Was the Silver Label Hy-Flote ever offered in a 70' length?
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