|1. 3D Technology Microtexture surface reduces surface friction, improves flotation, and eliminates tangling.|
|2. IS (Integrated Slickness) additive is integrated throughout the PVC layer to provide lubrication for maximum distance, performance and durability.|
|3. Orvis Line ID Quickly and easily identify your line, no more guessing. All of our lines will be printed with the taper, weight, and functionality.|
|4. Enhanced Welded Loops New sleek and durable welded loops make leader attachment quick and easy while holding up to repeated use. Helps to transfer energy more efficiently to the leader allowing better turnover.|
|5. Core Braided multifilament core provides excellent performance over a wide range of conditions.|
|6. Environmentally Responsible Packaging Our new paper pulp spool, made from recycled cardboard and kraft paper, is 100% compostable and further enhances our commitment to protect our natural resources.|
Overall: 4.4 / 5 based on 9 reviews
8 of 9 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Excellent Fly Line Performance -
By: nakstm1 from Ibaragi, JP
Although I thought that this sink-line was probably heavy feeling at first, it will very much easy to treat if it gets used to casting. This #8 Line also matches my #7 Access Rod. I have been experienced very good fly fishing as Sinking style.
Giant Tarpon will break this line. -
By: kzin from houston, texas
Top 500 Contributor
I fished this line for giant Tarpon in Costa Rica, and it broke on me three times. I finally switched to another line, even though the replacement line was heavier than I needed. To be fair, Orvis replaced the line after I returned. I chatted online with an Orvis fishing expert, and he could not or would not rate the strength of the depth charge line, arguing that the leader will break before the line will. After I informed him of my experience, he expressed surprise, stating that he had only broken one Orvis line, and he was only aware of three other customers who had broken lines. He seemed reassured by this; I was not. The line has performed well in all other respects, but when other companies rate the strength of their big game lines at 60 and 70 pounds, I think Orvis is making a serious mistake by ignoring this issue.
good line -
By: icemnn from Michigan
I have both the 250 and 300g. They both work good but the 300g is a little heavy to use on my 8 wt. I use 300 for fast moving rivers, the 250 works great on lakes and ponds gets down but easier to cast from a float tube
Depth Charge Does it Great -
By: BaxterGuide from Portland, Maine
I used the 300 grain on my trip to a lodge in Labrador. It did what it was designed to do get, the fly down to big Lake Trout. All I can say is the manager couldn't believe the big lakers I landed. One was the biggest Laker caught at the lodge with a fly rod since opening. I used another brand last year, Orvis Depth Charge is far superior. Get it it works awesome!
Throw your old ones away! -
By: chawk from Traverse City, MI
Unbelievable performance. Fished them for three weeks in Argentina. Shoot great, minimal tangles in running line..just great sink tips
big fish getter -
By: campdirector from colorado and new mexico
3D Depth Charged used on still water via kick boat, caught big trout. Gets line down fast, streamers stay down where the fish are. Go bold, fish heavy line to catch big ones.