Also curious as to the history of these lines... where did the taper logic come from, and what are the length / taper specifications?juro said:Does anyone have configuration info for these lines, like Rio provides for instance?
thanks in advance,
JDJones said:Way and Steve have spent a lot of time and effort cutting and splicing different lines to come up with something that works. Likewise, SA has also invested heavily in working with Way to perfect these lines. Naturally, SA would like to keep the knowedge gained by this reserch to themselves at least until the lines are on the market.
All of us that have been following the development of these lines know that the front taper is longer than usually found on other lines. And although the phrase " continuous taper" has been brought up from time to time, I am sure there is much more to it than that. Even the Wulff lines are not a simple continuous taper.
Just take anyone who has tried these lines word for it. They work. If you favor long line tehniques rather than cast, shoot and strip, then you need to try these lines.