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Frog Hair FC Fluorocarbon Tippet (FFCT)

5.00 stars, based on 4 reviews
Frog Hair FC Fluorocarbon Tippet The weather had been mostly below freezing for over two-weeks, and the water was clear as gin. Also the fish traffic had picked up,and the fishing had fallen off. Last summer while fishing the Dean, I had adopted...
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La Center, Wa

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La Center, Wa

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Frog Hair Florocarbon

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I fly fish for trout 100-150 days per year and Frog Hair Florocarbon tippet is the ONLY tippet I use. Excellent knot/abbrasion

strenght. From 7x to 4x. Capt. Walter...

I like frog hair, and I like fluorocarbon tippet

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I have used Frog Hair tippets in all sizes for a number of years, both mono and fluorocarbon. The rated strength isn't the highest you'll see in the charts, but if you pull test it, the stretchiness of frog hair makes a big difference! Try it--when you pull test it, especially with a hard shock, it feels much harder to break than other brands at the same diameter.

Some people pass up fluorocarbon because of the cost, but consider this: it doesn't degrade with age. A 4-year-old spool of mono is weakened junk that should be thrown away, whereas FC retains its full strength until you use it up. The downside is that it doesn't degrade at all if you lose it in the river or on the riverbank, so try not to leave it behind!


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