Fario Tactical is designed for smaller rivers or lakes, where presentation and accuracy is more important than distance casting. This line is a favourite for spey casting and fishing in tight spots.
Fario Tactical is designed for smaller rivers or lakes, where presentation is more important than distance casting. It presents nymphs and dries with total control and accuracy at short to medium distances (<20m) and will also manage smaller streamers, but is mainly a line for stealthy and delicate presentation work. This line's construction and head length is highly recommended for beginners as you load the rod properly with a relatively short line outside the rod tip. Furthermore it easily generates good line speed and contact between the rod and line, something that can be challenging for beginners at fly casting. When fishing from a float tube you sit low and a shorter head like this makes casting easier. In the open areas of a lake you are exposed to wind and Fario Tactical is much less affected by wind than the other two lines in the series. A great line for the novice to learn the basics and a tactical weapon for the improver/advanced caster.
The short, 9,25 m head performs presentation casts and speed changes with ease. The belly and the main weight are concentrated towards the back of the belly, close to the rod to ensure flawless spey casting properties. This line is our nr.1 for learning various water born casts (spey). The shorter head vs. the Elite and Distance makes the cast in- and the anchor phase a lot easier and you need much less space to do it. When fishing in very tight spots you might have to anchor the cast in front rather than beside you, this line excels in those situations. Similar to the other Fario lines Tactical also has a long front taper of 5,5m (18ft) which provides a smooth transition of power and speed to create a delicate presentation. The back taper is 1,65m (5,4ft) and makes it stable and rigid in the air. The back taper transforms into a comfortable 3,0 meter long ”handling line” before the thinner running line kicks in. The handling line is a slightly thicker part of the running line which makes your loops a bit more rigid and also adds flexibility to how much line you can manage in the air when your whole head length is outside the rod tip. It also adds strength to the most vulnerable part of the line that takes a lot of strain when you are double hauling. It is looped in both ends and has a laser ID marking on the front-end loop sleeve.
Color: Light Green/Grey with Bone White handling- and running line. Total length varies between 25 m/82 feet in WF 2-3 to 27,5 meters/90 feet in WF 4-6.
Complex, multiple density and hardness in the coatings of these lines help to shape the flylines of the future. A new, revolutionary chemical formula and three different coating materials control hardness as well as memory and density in various parts of the lines. This creates better casting performance, more efficient fishing and bite detection, as well as added durability. TLT has given us the chance to build lines that float well and repel water better and more effectively than any lines we’ve produced before. Built on braided multifilament Direct Contact Core with only 6% stretch.