We carry fly fishing lines for all applications and from all of the major manufacturers. Our selection of fly lines covers just about every kind of water type, species a fly fishing angler could encounter. Fly lines are some of the most popular products we carry.
So whether you are in the market for a simple floating fly line with a weight forward taper for nymph fishing in a stream trout or multi-tip fly line for targeting migratory Fall river salmon, you've come to the right place.
Getting the Right Fly Fishing Line
Choosing the right fly line can sometimes be a difficult task and we are happy to help you figure it out.
There are many factors that come into play such as fly rod weight, type of fishing you are doing, line density, length, price, taper, single hand, two hand, freshwater, saltwater, tropical, where in the water column do you wish to present your fly and so on.
With so many different options it's easy to get confused, if you aren't sure which fly line you need, feel free to give us a call at the shop 604-931-5044 or send an email to customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Popular Brands of Fly Lines
We stock all major brands of fly lines for single hand and two hand, spey and switch rods.
- Scientific Anglers
Different Types of Fly Line We Stock
From floating fly line to sinking fly line to high performance distance casting lines to multi tip fly line, we sell all major types of fly line, running line, fly line backing and really every type of fly fishing gear you will need to have an enjoyable experience while out on the water.
Here are some of the different kinds of fly lines that are available Sea-Run:
- Floating line
- Sinking line
- Sink tip
- Multi tip
- Spey lines
- Saltwater (tropical and cold water)
Floating Fly Line
A floating line is used for freshwater applications like lake fishing for trout or bass or river fishing steelhead as well as for Pacific salmon in saltwater or warm water species such as bonefish, tarpon, permit to name a few of the more popular ones.
A floating fly line is an essential fly line for all fly fishers and coincidentally usually the easiest type of line to cast.
Most modern fly lines are weight forward however double tapered lines are still manufactured and are popular with bamboo fly rod enthusiasts. If you're purchasing a new fly reel and a new line we are happy to put it on the fly reel for you. Don't see what you're looking for? No problem, just email us the make, type and line weight you are looking for.
Uniform Sinking Lines
Sinking fly lines are another staple fly line that all fly anglers should own. They are particularly helpful when trolling lakes or casting and stripping streamers or nymphs, fishing deep canyon pools on a river or fly fishing salmon in the ocean.
Sink Tip Fly Line
The sink-tip fly line was created to help you get your fly down into the strike zone. Commonly used by stillwater anglers fishing streamers and wet flies for trout, this line is equally effective when used in moving water for getting your fly below the surface while giving you full control. Whether you are fishing from a boat or wading the sink-tip is a must have line in your arsenal. Generally available in sink rates of 1.5 to 4.0 IPS.
Multi Tip Fly Line
A multi tip fly line is one of the most effective and versatile lines a fly fisher can have. These fly lines are extremely popular with Fall river salmon and steelhead anglers alike. You quickly and easily swap out one tip for another depending on the depth and type of fly you are fishing. This design helps you to save time and money since you don’t need to change spools or reels while out on the water.
Spey & Switch Lines
We offer several different lines designed for two-handed spey and switch rods. We stock running lines, Skagit, Scandi and mid belly/long belly heads. Selecting the right line for your two-handed rod can be a tricky process so if you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
Saltwater Fly Lines
We have a wide selection of tropical and cold water fly lines available. Whether you are sight fishing bonefish on the flats or casting baitfish patterns into the kelp beds for Coho salmon, we have the right fly line.