Overall: 3.9 / 5 based on 7 reviews
6 of 7 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Like the system -
By: LAFishmaster from Lafayette, LA
I love the idea of this system, however, in my opinion, there should have put a loop on both ends of the line!
good price for product. -
By: mojoreject from Cork,Ireland
fast ,effecent,and friendly service.Delivered promptly.and return was delt with quickly.Thanks alot.Regards.
Love it.... -
By: from Scotland, UK
I have been using a 6wt version of this multi-tip line for a couple of years now. It is great for travelling light - you dont have to carry replacement spools. I reduced the length of the floating tip to reduce the problem of having the joint pass through the tip eye so often - this helps but this is till the biggest challenge with these lines - the joint does not run smoothly through the rod eyes. I am not keen to shorten the sinking tips, because this would compromise depth.But overall I really like the concept and the quality of the Orvis product.
Separate spools are better -
By: Zip85 from Colorado Springs, CO
I was intrigued by the possibility of simply switching short sections for various fishing conditions, but I found that I was not happy with the performance of this product. The major problem was that the point where the two loops linked the heads to the running line invariably hung on the tip and the individual stripping guides - this made for a VERY jerky retrieve, and, unfortunately, the connection was almost exactly at the typical casting distance for rivers here in Colorado – perhaps if the switchable sections were between 40 and 50 feet, it would cause fewer problems. I decided to purchase spare spools for each of my reels and load them with floating and sinking tip lines.
Perfect Solution for Alaska Trip -
By: Billybobbr from Artlanta, GA
Decided to switch to the 4 in 1 Multi-Tip system for my 7 wt. Helios/B-Kill LA III before my annual trip to the Kenai in August. Both the floating and sinking tips exceeded my expectations and I never took any of my other gear out of their case for the Kenai or the smaller streams we fished for Chum and Pinks. Back in Atlanta, I'm using it for largemouth bass. Much easier to change tips than reels from a float tube. I'm hooked! Billybobbr