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OPST's lines represent decades of dedication to the principles of Sustained Anchor Systemology; featuring the Commando Skagit Head, Commando Groove dual density head, Commando Smooth Integrated Line and head, Lazar Running Line, and a myriad of specialized tips.
We're known for Skagit, but what some people don't know is that if you harness the power of a Skagit head, and finish it with a tapered, floating tip, you get something that can be described as "micro Scandi". Lazer-sharp loops and delicate presentations are now possible with a Commando Head, with our new floating Commando Tips in 5, 7.5 and 10 foot lengths. They match with rods from 6 to at least 11 feet long, making them ideal for just about any trout rod you own. They can be fished with straight tippet or, for ultra-delicate presentations, tapered trout leaders up to 9 feet long and even longer. These Commando Floating Tips come with loops at both ends, and are 25 pound test to withstand any trout you may encounter. These trout floating tips have changed the game for us. They allow for delicate dry fly presentations as well as nymphing. You will be amazed at the loops you can throw with these tips. Rediscover your Commando Head, and rediscover trout fishing with Commando Floating Tips.
Generally, we like these on light rods between 6-11 feet long. However, there are definitely exceptions to this based on personal preference and rod variances.
For skating flies to aggressive summer steelhead, to chugging poppers for silver salmon to nymphing, these strong, tapered tips are a vital component of a complete fishing kit. Designed for single hand rods all the way up to full-length spey rods, they will work on rods at least as long as 14 feet. Our SHS( STEELHEAD AND SALMON ) Commando Floating Tips come with a welded loop at both ends, as well as a line ID on the rear end. Try them with our sink tip wallet to keep them neatly organized.
These tips are suitable for single hand, switch, and spey rods when targeting larger species.
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