Royal Wulff Ambush Line in the box, picture

Royal Wulff Ambush Line (TTAM)

5.00 stars, based on 3 reviews
Royal Wulff Ambush Lines For Both Single-Hand and Spey Rods Royal Wulff's multi-purpose line is designed to roll cast easily with single-handed rods. Promotes easy roll-casting for distance in close quarters. Designed with a short, 20-foot, compact...
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Alberta

Love my ambush line

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Using the 6wt ambush on my 11' 3" 3wt Mystic Micro Spey. Great combo with a variety of tips & leaders, from floating on down. Can chuck larger streamer & weighted nymphs under indicators with ease.

Thinking the 8wt ambush might work well on my Redington 10' 6" 4/5 wt switch.

Rogue Valley Oregon

Royal Wulff Abush Line

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I was looking for a shooting line that I could also nymph fish with on my 6 and 7 wt switch rods. I did watched a lot of videos and settled on the Royal Wulff Ambush Lines and I was impressed right out of the gate. It mends like a dream and with a solid anchor set you can launch it to the far reaches of the other side of the river. Great all around line if you are looking to take 1 rod and fish a lot of different water while switching up techniques. I fish the Applegate in the mornings which has zero back casting room in most cases and end up on the Rogue in the afternoons where I need to reach a bit further to get into fishy water. It does both well. I admit I am new to the switch rod life and this line makes me look like I know what I am doing! Thank you for the great product! (P.S. it may have some luck rubbed on it because I landed a steelhead on both rods my first trip out with the new line- just saying) M.M.

NJ

Versatile and Reliable

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I've been using Ambush lines for a number of years on rods from 2 to 10 wt. Fish often on streams and rivers with trees immediately bankside and find these lines roll cast easily, and on my longer rods, 11' for example, spey cast with a snap T just as easily. Fast sinking tips work well even with the floating versions (which I prefer), and have even taken a few fish with dry flies, small flies of size 16 or 18, with long leaders and shorter casts.



The integrated running line is very nice when fishing shorter casts and trying to get that 24 incher into the net, too. I still use shooting heads with running line, but prefer the Ambush combo.



These become a standby that make even Triangle Taper lines seem a bit passe. For lighter midge work TT or Sylk lines are still the number, but for swinging wooly buggers or a pair of soft hackles the Ambush lines can't be beat. Appear to have 7 in the arsenal right now and getting another shortly to match a new rod.



Try it, you'll like it.

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