Airflo Running Line

Priced: $39.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Airflo Running Line -
The perfect complement to any shooting head. The ridges reduce surface friction to increase distance. The loose coils of line slide over each other easily to eliminate tangles. Low stretch power core and oversized flexi loop complete this line.
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Positive Reviews:

Good running line

As an avid warm water fly fisher, shooting heads are the mainstay of my fishing lines. Thus, a quality running line is a must to maximize casting distance. The Airflow line runs through the guides easily and memory problems are minimal, but as it the case with all running lines this one has enough stiffness/memory that it does not lay flat all the time, and thus a loops/knots do occur on occasion, especially fishing from a float tube. Be aware this line does not stretch, so when it does develop a twist or doesn't lay flat, you will not be able to stretch it out. All in all, while still not the dream line, it is by far one of the best running lines I've ever used.
flyrodn at Cabelas on 09/16/2010

Excellent for it's purpose.

This is a great running line for shooting heads. Floats well and bright orange color is easy to see even on extremely sunny days with excessive glare from water surface. I would buy it again and I would recommend to my friends.
OhSammo at Cabelas on 04/02/2011

Great Line

Comparable to any line out there, but a better deal!
BlindGuy at Cabelas on 10/31/2012

Negative Reviews:


I have used this WF4F line for 2 to 3 years now. It was very good when I first acquired it. I was pleased and would have given it a very good review at that time. However, as time passed, the tip started sinking and it doesn't seem to load as well. Roll casting is difficult and the line does not roll out flat as well. I am faithful in cleaning and dressing the line, and also store my fly equipment inside during inclement weather, so this should not be a problem. The Airflo Ridge line also seems to preform differently with temperature changes. I think a line should last many years with the kind of care I give it. I do not have any of these problems with my other brands of lines. My can probably make a better choice.
slate8116 at Cabelas on 11/06/2013