The super-stealthy, clear camo color just disappears in the water and is the most popular stillwater fly line. Cortland starts with a solid monofilament core that they custom dye at their Cortland facility, and fuse it to a clear polymer coating formulated to perform in a wide range of temperatures. A short, 30-foot head helps to quickly load your rod and shoot long casts, and dual welded loops make changing line and leaders extremely convenient. The ultra-slow sink rate of less than 2 inches per second keeps the fly in the feeding zone longer than any other line. That's particularly important in those lake situations where most of the fish feed at less than six feet below the surface. Our staff rates this as the #1 stillwater line!
Some lines pride themselves on being supple, slick, and superior distance type of lines. Those types usually break down by cracking or their coatings break due to tough submersed objects (where fish like to hang out) . This Cortland stuff is bomb proof when it comes to performing under these types of conditions. Not fancy, not over priced, just a hard working product.