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Monic All Weather Covert Clear Fly Line Weight-Forward Floating

Monic originally patented the clear floating fly line in 1994. Since that time, our All Weather Covert Clear line has undergone constant development. Today, the coating technology combined with the industry’s only HOLLOW, CLEAR CORE brings a fly line that has low memory, can be fished in any temperature, does not need added lubricants or floatants, and floats clear and high for ultra-stealthy presentations. Whether stalking permit in the clear waters of the Florida Keys or presenting a mahogany dun to the educated rainbows of the Henry’s Fork, Monic’s All Weather Covert Clear fly line is the simple choice to help bring fish to hand.

Temperature Sensitivity

Fly fishing is a year-round sport and takes place in a variety of locations and environmental situations. For years, fly lines have been marketed as cold water, arctic, tropical, still water, warm water, etc. This delineation of the product line causes complexity for both anglers and fly shops. All Monic fly lines are suitable for all temperatures. A Monic line will perform equally well in all temperatures, whether it is used for winter steelhead with snow on the riverbank or if it is being directed toward tailing permit from the bow of a hot skiff in the tropics. This saves the angler time, money, confusion, and space.

Float

The hollow core of the All Weather Covert Clear fly line has the lowest density of all clear cores. This core combines with a coating that also floats. The buoyancy of this line allows the angler to keep the fly where it needs to be while assisting in line management.

Memory

Line memory has long been an issue with floating clear fly lines. Our proprietary core technology combined with a secret polyethylene-blend coating virtually eliminates all line memory and offers a line that is hassle-free. We have tested the All Weather Covert Clear fly line throughout the world and it has proven to be the best floating clear fly line ever available and have less memory than even the most supple lines (clear or opaque) on the market.

Durability

The polyethylene-blend coating found on the All Weather Covert Clear fly line does not contain the volatile chemicals that must be added to PVC in order to create a fly line. This shift in technology is important to maintain the durability of the line. Previously, these added chemicals would constantly leach out into the environment. This is why we steer away from PVC baby toys and food containers—they emit poison. As those chemicals migrate out of the plastic, a void is created in the compound. Not only does this alter the compound from its initial, intended characteristics, but that void forces the compound to crack over time. This is where the circumferential cracks on a PVC fly line are born. Add dirt, oil, and other foreign debris to the cracks and performance degrades. The All Weather Covert Clear fly lines do not lose material over time, and therefore do not crack. This is important in the overall durability of the line and its performance longevity for the angler.

Made in the USA

Monic Fly Lines are made by the hands of a few dedicated individuals in Boulder, Colorado – USA. The line, its core, the spools, the box, and even the ink and labeling are all made in the USA.

ALL-WEATHER COVER CLEAR FLOATING SPECS

TIP – 1′
FRONT TAPER – 5′
BELLY – 25′
REAR TAPER – 5′
RUNNING LINE – 54′
TOTAL LENGTH – 90’/27.5M TRUE AFFTA LINE
WEATHER FLY LINE AVAILABLE IN WEIGHTS 3-12 WEIGHT FORWARD
MSRP: $79.95

Our Price: $79.95
Monic GSP Floating Shooting Line | 100’

GSP Floating Shooting Line is a shooting/running line that is unparalleled in the market. Utilizing a gel-spun polyethylene core, which is the most advanced core material on the market, this shooting line achieves a true “no-stretch” characteristic. The ultra-low diameter of this core combines with superior strength to offer a shooting line that is the strongest, most durable, and most sensitive shooting line you will ever use. The polyethylene coating is formulated for extremely low memory, high float, and minimal “water pick-up” to greatly reduce guide-icing, friction, and to keep you dryer while casting.

Strength and Stretch

The core found in the GSP Floating Shooting Lines has a breaking strength of 72 pounds. The complete lack of stretch in these shooting lines, compounded with the strongest core available, translates the most subtle of takes back to the hand of the angler to virtually eliminate the chances of missing fish.

Factory-welded loops are additionally reinforced to the point where the loop weld will actually outperform the core strength. This unmatched strength is critical at these high-stress locations. For the ease of changing out shooting heads, the forward loop is over-sized to accommodate large spools.

Durability

The polyethylene coating of Impact fly lines does not contain the volatile chemicals that must be added to PVC in order to create a fly line. This shift in technology is important to maintain the durability of the line. Previously, these chemicals would constantly migrate into the environment. This is why we steer away from PVC baby toys and food containers—they emit poison. As those chemicals migrate out of the plastic, a void is created in the compound. Not only does this alter the compound from its initial characteristics, but that void forces the compound to crack over time. This is where the circumferential cracks on a PVC fly line are born. Add dirt, oil, and other foreign debris to the cracks and performance degrades. Monic lines do not lose material over time, and therefore do not crack. This is important in the overall durability of the line and its performance longevity for the angler.
Temperature Sensitivity

Fly fishing is a year-round sport and takes place in a variety of locations and environmental situations. For years, fly lines have been marketed as cold water, arctic, tropical, still water, warm water, etc. This delineation of the product line causes complexity for both anglers and fly shops. All Monic fly lines and shooting lines are suitable for all temperatures. A Monic line will perform equally well in all temperatures, whether it is used for winter steelhead with snow on the riverbank or if it is being directed toward tailing permit from the bow of a hot skiff in the tropics. This saves the angler time, money, confusion, and space.

Float

GSP Floating Shooting Lines are made with a Gel-spun polyethylene core and a specific blend of polyethylene polymers to create the coating. All of these materials begin lighter than water (Specific Gravity < 1.0). The buoyancy of this shooting line, combined with its natural tendency to repel water allows for long, effortless mends and easier pick ups so that you can keep the fly where you want it.

Made in the USA

Monic Fly Lines are made by the hands of a few dedicated individuals in Boulder, Colorado – USA. The line, its core, the spools, the box, and even the ink and labeling are all made in the USA.

GSP FLOATING SHOOTING LINE SPECS

TAPER – LEVEL
TOTAL LENGTH – 100’/30.5M 72-POUND TEST COREPRE-WELDED AND REINFORCED LOOPS (oversized loop on forward end) ALL WEATHER SHOOTING LINE AVAILABLE SIZES:

  • 0.028″ DIA (orange)
  • 0.030″ DIA (yellow)
  • 0.038″ DIA (green)
MSRP: $49.99

Our Price: $49.99
Monic GSP Skyline Weight-Forward Floating

MONIC SKYLINE PROVIDES THE STRONGEST CORES AVAILABLE RANGING FROM 25 TO 65 POUNDS IN COMBINATION WITH THE GREATEST DEGREE OF SENSITIVITY (LESS THAN 2% STRETCH). THE COATING ON THESE LINES IS THE SAME AS OUR COVERT SERIES.


The first thing you will notice about the Monic GSP Skyline is how IT CASTS. The responsiveness delivered from the rod to the line, and back to the hand, is like no other. When we eliminate the stretch in the core, direction changes can be issued on demand. The FULL POWER of the fly rod is preserved from pickup to delivery. Hook sets can be achieved with authority from ANY DISTANCE. Whether you are stalking calm-water, midge-sipping brown trout or tackling giant trevally, the sensitivity of our GSP Skyline combined with the strongest core on the market gets the job done every time.

Strength and Stretch

The core found in the GSP Skyline has a breaking strength of 72 pounds. The complete lack of stretch in these fly lines, compounded with the strongest core available, translates the most subtle of takes back to the hand of the angler to virtually eliminate the chances of missing fish. Hard charging tuna, tarpon, giant trevally, and pelagic species can brought to hand quicker, thus reducing chances of exhaustion and mortality. Even the longest of casts can now be paired with long-distance hooksets without loss in reaction time due to fly line stretch.

Factory-welded loops are additionally reinforced to the point where the loop weld will actually outperform the core strength. This unmatched strength is critical at these high-stress locations.

Durability

Unlike vinyl, or PVC fly lines, the clear, polyethylene coating on GSP Skyline does not contain the volatile chemicals that must be added to PVC in order to create a fly line. This shift in technology is important to maintain the durability of the line. Previously, these chemicals would constantly migrate into the environment. This is why we steer away from PVC baby toys and food containers—they emit poison. As those chemicals migrate out of the plastic, a void is created in the compound. Not only does this alter the compound from its initial characteristics, but that void forces the compound to crack over time. This is where the circumferential cracks on a PVC fly line are born. Add dirt, oil, and other foreign debris to the cracks and performance degrades. Monic lines do not lose material over time, and therefore do not crack. This is important in the overall durability of the line and its performance longevity for the angler.

Temperature Sensitivity

Fly fishing is a year-round sport and takes place in a variety of locations and environmental situations. For years, fly lines have been marketed as cold water, arctic, tropical, still water, warm water, etc. This delineation of the product line causes complexity for both anglers and fly shops. All Monic fly lines are suitable for all temperatures. A Monic line will perform equally well in all temperatures, whether it is used for winter steelhead with snow on the riverbank or if it is being directed toward tailing permit from the bow of a hot skiff in the tropics. This saves the angler time, money, confusion, and space.

Float

GSP Skyline is made with a gel-spun polyethylene core and a specific blend of polyethylene polymers to create the clear coating. All of these materials begin lighter than water (Specific Gravity < 1.0). The buoyancy of this shooting line, combined with its natural tendency to repel water allows for long, effortless mends and easier pick ups so that you can keep the fly where you want it.

Made in the USA

Monic Fly Lines are made by the hands of a few dedicated individuals in Boulder, Colorado – USA. The line, its core, the spools, the box, and even the ink and labeling are all made in the USA.

GSP SKYLINE SPECS

TIP – 1′
FRONT TAPER – 5′
BELLY – 25′
REAR TAPER – 5′
RUNNING LINE – 54′
TOTAL LENGTH – 90’/27.5M
BREAKING STRENGTH – 72lb.*

TRUE AFFTA LINE WEIGHTS
ALL WEATHER FLY LINE
AVAILABLE IN WEIGHTS 3-12 WEIGHT FORWARD

COLOR – LIQUID BLUE

MSRP: $79.95

Our Price: $79.95
Monic Impact Fly Line Weight-Forward Floating

Eco-Friendly

The production of Impact fly line does not require the use of any harmful chemicals. Every compound that comes together to build an Impact line is 100 percent recyclable.

Stretch

Core materials for Impact fly lines have a stretch rate of about 4 percent. Traditionally, the average stretch of a fly line is about 15 percent! The low-stretch core of Impact lines translates back to the angler as well as the rod to assist in casting, connectivity to the fly, and accuracy. Hook sets are more positive. When casting, the load on the rod is immediately transferred to the end of the line, and there is no longer an energy-sucking lag in the dynamics of the cast. This allows the angler to pick up more line and heavier flies without exhausting the energy stored in the rod during a cast. To illustrate, think about picking up a heavy weight with a bungee cord as opposed to a stiff rope. Which method will pick up the weight higher and control the lift better?

Durability

The polyester coating of Impact fly lines does not contain the volatile chemicals that must be added to PVC in order to create a fly line. This shift in technology is important to maintain the durability of the line. Previously, these chemicals would constantly leach out into the environment. This is why we steer away from PVC baby toys and food containers—they emit poison. As those chemicals migrate out of the plastic, a void is created in the compound. Not only does this alter the compound from its initial characteristics, but that void forces the compound to crack over time. This is where the circumferential cracks on a PVC fly line are born. Add dirt, oil, and other foreign debris to the cracks and performance degrades. Impact lines do not lose material over time, and therefore do not crack. This is important in the overall durability of the line and its performance longevity for the angler.

Temperature Sensitivity

Fly fishing is a year-round sport and takes place in a variety of locations and environmental situations. For years, fly lines have been marketed as cold water, arctic, tropical, still water, warm water, etc. This delineation of the product line causes complexity for both anglers and fly shops. Impact fly lines are suitable for all temperatures. A Monic Impact fly line will perform equally well in all temperatures, whether it is used for winter steelhead with snow on the riverbank or if it is being directed toward tailing permit from the bow of a hot skiff in the tropics. This saves the angler time, money, confusion, and space.
Coating

The coating on Impact lines is a polyester blend. Historically, the industry has been made up of fly lines that were coated with either PVC or polyurethane, as well as polyethylene. The material used to make Impact lines costs 10 times more than other lines, yet the consumers’ price of Impact lines remains competitive with the rest of the market.

Memory

Polyester, unlike the others, is a very low memory coating. Imagine picking up a wadded-up PVC poncho, or inflatable raft from the floor of a tool shed. You’ll notice that those items retain that exact shape. Now imagine picking up a polyester suit that has been laying on the floor of a closet since the 70s. Shake off the dust, and it’s ready for your next disco party—no wrinkles.

Float

The materials in Impact fly line begin lighter than water (Specific Gravity < 1.0). Compounded with a lack of additives needed to shape the line, Impact fly lines are some of the highest floating lines available. This high-floating line offers the angler better roll casts and mends. Additionally, dry fly leaders are held buoyant by the line for longer drifts. When picking up a cast, the buoyancy of Impact fly line, combined with the low stretch core, allows the line to be picked up more easily and placed back into a fishing situation while spending less time in the air.

Abrasion

When you add things to the coating, such as micro balloons to make it float, those particles make their way to the surface of the fly line and create an abrasive quality. This abrasion causes cuts in the hands and noise on the guides of the rod. The smooth finish found on Impact lines remains smooth over time and has a better feel in the hand of the angler.

Made in the USA

Monic Fly Lines are made by the hands of a few dedicated individuals in Boulder, Colorado – USA. The line, its core, the spools, the box, and even the ink and labeling are all made in the USA.

IMPACT FLY LINE SPECS

TIP – 1′

FRONT TAPER – 5′
BELLY – 25′
REAR TAPER – 5′
RUNNING LINE – 54′
TOTAL LENGTH – 90’/27.5M
TRUE AFFTA LINE WEIGHTS

ALL WEATHER FLY LINE
AVAILABLE IN WEIGHTS 3-12 WEIGHT FORWARD FLOATING
AVAILABLE IN WEIGHTS 6-12 WEIGHT FORWARD INTERMEDIATE
MSRP: $79.95

Our Price: $79.95
Monic Impact Fly Line Weight-Forward Intermediate

Eco-Friendly

The production of Impact fly line does not require the use of any harmful chemicals. Every compound that comes together to build an Impact line is 100 percent recyclable.

Stretch

Core materials for Impact fly lines have a stretch rate of about 4 percent. Traditionally, the average stretch of a fly line is about 15 percent! The low-stretch core of Impact lines translates back to the angler as well as the rod to assist in casting, connectivity to the fly, and accuracy. Hook sets are more positive. When casting, the load on the rod is immediately transferred to the end of the line, and there is no longer an energy-sucking lag in the dynamics of the cast. This allows the angler to pick up more line and heavier flies without exhausting the energy stored in the rod during a cast. To illustrate, think about picking up a heavy weight with a bungee cord as opposed to a stiff rope. Which method will pick up the weight higher and control the lift better?

Durability

The polyester coating of Impact fly lines does not contain the volatile chemicals that must be added to PVC in order to create a fly line. This shift in technology is important to maintain the durability of the line. Previously, these chemicals would constantly leach out into the environment. This is why we steer away from PVC baby toys and food containers—they emit poison. As those chemicals migrate out of the plastic, a void is created in the compound. Not only does this alter the compound from its initial characteristics, but that void forces the compound to crack over time. This is where the circumferential cracks on a PVC fly line are born. Add dirt, oil, and other foreign debris to the cracks and performance degrades. Impact lines do not lose material over time, and therefore do not crack. This is important in the overall durability of the line and its performance longevity for the angler.

Temperature Sensitivity

Fly fishing is a year-round sport and takes place in a variety of locations and environmental situations. For years, fly lines have been marketed as cold water, arctic, tropical, still water, warm water, etc. This delineation of the product line causes complexity for both anglers and fly shops. Impact fly lines are suitable for all temperatures. A Monic Impact fly line will perform equally well in all temperatures, whether it is used for winter steelhead with snow on the riverbank or if it is being directed toward tailing permit from the bow of a hot skiff in the tropics. This saves the angler time, money, confusion, and space.
Coating

The coating on Impact lines is a polyester blend. Historically, the industry has been made up of fly lines that were coated with either PVC or polyurethane, as well as polyethylene. The material used to make Impact lines costs 10 times more than other lines, yet the consumers’ price of Impact lines remains competitive with the rest of the market.

Memory

Polyester, unlike the others, is a very low memory coating. Imagine picking up a wadded-up PVC poncho, or inflatable raft from the floor of a tool shed. You’ll notice that those items retain that exact shape. Now imagine picking up a polyester suit that has been laying on the floor of a closet since the 70s. Shake off the dust, and it’s ready for your next disco party—no wrinkles.

Float

The materials in Impact fly line begin lighter than water (Specific Gravity < 1.0). Compounded with a lack of additives needed to shape the line, Impact fly lines are some of the highest floating lines available. This high-floating line offers the angler better roll casts and mends. Additionally, dry fly leaders are held buoyant by the line for longer drifts. When picking up a cast, the buoyancy of Impact fly line, combined with the low stretch core, allows the line to be picked up more easily and placed back into a fishing situation while spending less time in the air.

Abrasion

When you add things to the coating, such as micro balloons to make it float, those particles make their way to the surface of the fly line and create an abrasive quality. This abrasion causes cuts in the hands and noise on the guides of the rod. The smooth finish found on Impact lines remains smooth over time and has a better feel in the hand of the angler.

Made in the USA

Monic Fly Lines are made by the hands of a few dedicated individuals in Boulder, Colorado – USA. The line, its core, the spools, the box, and even the ink and labeling are all made in the USA.

IMPACT FLY LINE SPECS

TIP – 1′

FRONT TAPER – 5′
BELLY – 25′
REAR TAPER – 5′
RUNNING LINE – 54′
TOTAL LENGTH – 90’/27.5M
TRUE AFFTA LINE WEIGHTS

ALL WEATHER FLY LINE
AVAILABLE IN WEIGHTS 3-12 WEIGHT FORWARD FLOATING
AVAILABLE IN WEIGHTS 6-12 WEIGHT FORWARD INTERMEDIATE
MSRP: $79.95

Our Price: $79.95
Monic Micro Double Taper Fly Line

The Monic Micro Double Taper draws from the engineering success of the Skyline series with its gel-spun polyethylene core and polyethylene blend coating. In this Double Taper fly line, sensitivity and precision become unmatched.

Temperature Sensitivity

Fly fishing is a year-round sport and takes place in a variety of locations and environmental situations. For years, fly lines have been marketed as cold water, arctic, tropical, still water, warm water, etc. This delineation of the product line causes complexity for both anglers and fly shops. A Monic fly line will perform equally well in all temperatures, whether it is used in icy winter waters with snow on the riverbank or if it is being directed toward warm-water species during summer outings. This saves the angler time, money, confusion, and space.

Durability

Unlike vinyl, or PVC fly lines, the clear, polyethylene coating on the MDT Fly Line does not contain the volatile chemicals that must be added to PVC in order to create a fly line. This shift in technology is important to maintain the durability of the line. Previously, these chemicals would constantly migrate into the environment. This is why we steer away from PVC baby toys and food containers—they emit poison. As those chemicals migrate out of the plastic, a void is created in the compound. Not only does this alter the compound from its initial characteristics, but that void forces the compound to crack over time. This is where the circumferential cracks on a PVC fly line are born. Add dirt, oil, and other foreign debris to the cracks and performance degrades. Monic lines do not lose material over time, and therefore do not crack. This is important in the overall durability of the line and its performance longevity for the angler.

Strength and Stretch

The core found in the MDT fly line has a breaking strength of 50 pounds making it the strongest double taper fly line available. The complete lack of stretch in these fly lines, compounded with the strongest core available, translates the most subtle of takes back to the hand of the angler to virtually eliminate the chances of missing fish. Even the longest of casts can now be paired with long-distance hooksets without loss in reaction time due to fly line stretch.

Factory-welded loops are additionally reinforced to the point where the loop weld will actually outperform the core strength. This unmatched strength is critical at these high-stress locations.

Abrasion

When you add things to the coating, such as micro balloons to make it float, those particles make their way to the surface of the fly line and create an abrasive quality. This abrasion causes cuts in the hands and noise on the guides of the rod. The smooth finish found on Monic lines remains smooth over time and has a better feel in the hand of the angler.

Made in the USA

Monic Fly Lines are made by the hands of a few dedicated individuals in Boulder, Colorado – USA. The line, its core, the spools, the box, and even the ink and labeling are all made in the USA.

MDT FLY LINE SPECS

FRONT TAPER – 10′ BELLY – 65′
REAR TAPER – 10′
TOTAL LENGTH – 85’/27.5M TRUE AFFTA LINE WEIGHTS
ALL WEATHER FLY LINE AVAILABLE IN WEIGHTS 2-6
MSRP $79.99

Our Price: $79.95