The idea behind the Frequency series is a simple one: three floating tapers, three sinking tapers, and limitless fishing options. We kept the choices easy and the prices reasonable. Why should high-performing fly lines cost so much? The short answer is th
Trout WF=Weight Forward DT=Double Taper
Here’s an idea: instead of spending $100 on a trout line, pick up a Frequency Trout fly line and use the rest on your next drive-all-night road trip. The Trout taper features a versatile, mid-length head ideal for delicate dries; however, it also provides great line control for nymph rigs. If you’re a trout angler, this is your Frequency.
BOOST (half size heavy)
Let’s be honest. No one will ever turn down a little extra help with their cast. Luckily, the Frequency Boost, built a half-size heavy, provides just that. This general purpose floating fly line loads quickly, turns over large dries, nymph rigs, and streamers with ease, and features a mid-length head perfect for nearly all freshwater applications.