Airflo Streamer Max Short Fly Line

The Airflo Streamer Max fly lines sink faster than anything out there, their slim profile means even in fast current they get down quick. At the back of the head the intermediate section is a lot more durable than anything else on the market, what's more it makes casting a lot smoother. Then the floating running line is great for deep wading as you don't need to drag the running line to the surface before you make a cast. From big rivers such as the Tongariro for rainbows or the Canterbury rivers for sea run browns, then these are the lines. All you need to do is match them up to your rod weight. Keep a reel with one of these in your bag the next time you go fishing. Nymph your way up the river for the day and then on the way back to the car switch to the Airflo Streamer Max and swing woolly buggers through the deeper holes, you'll be  surprised to see what you've missed for the day.

Complete with Power Core for improved handling and positive hook sets, all stars have aligned to create the perfect sink tip.

  • WF5 160GR 
  • WF6 200GR 
  • WF7 240GR 
  • WF8 280GR
  • WF9 320GR
  • WF10 380GR


For nearly 70 years, the majority of fly lines have been made from PVC – a naturally rigid plastic that requires the use of plasticisers to make PVC lines functional. These plasticisers are anything but a permanent part of a PVC line. You see, from the minute it’s made, a PVC line begins breaking down - leaching plasticisers into the environment and contaminating you and the waters you fish. Once it has shed enough of these, it becomes prone to cracking, even failure. If that’s not enough, as it decomposes, PVC is known to release Dioxins - a group of lethal, bioaccumulating toxins. Consequently, it’s virtually impossible to safely recycle a PVC line. All of which is why Airflo never uses PVC. Instead, our lines are made from Polyurethane - an inert, stable, fully recyclable material that requires no plasticisers and lasts far longer than PVC.

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