The LOOP Opti Creek line could be deemed the nemesis of vigilant fish. The line is a development of the Opti Stream specifically for 3wts. It has a slightly shorter head for better feeling and presentation. The taper is refined for an even better presentation and is well-suited both for over and underhand-casts (spey-style casts). The improved roll casting suitability comes in handy not only on moving water, but when you're fishing those tree-choked shorelines of a high mountain lake. As with most of our other lines, the two-tone color lets you easily identify where the head ends and when you can send out a bomber cast! Head length 23ft.
The LOOP Opti Stream is precisely as the name indicates: for flowing water. The new taper is designed for extreme ease in both underhand (spey style) and overhand casting. Easy to pickup and shoot overhand and yet perfectly balanced for tight, underhand casts. Head length varies between 26ft-31ft depending upon line class.
This has been our go-to line for throwing streamers in the 6wt and 7wt. It's GREAT at turning over big bugs and placing casts exactly where you need them right at the bank.
As the name would suggest, the LOOP Opti 165 Distance is the line for long distance casting. The long belly and adjusted taper gives an optimal balance between very long reach and delicate presentation. This line was developed ideally for situations where distance is critical to success. Head length is 54 feet. As with most of LOOP's other lines, the two-tone color lets you easily identify where the line's head ends and when it's time to stop false casting and send it!
The Evotec 140 Line is designed for both over- and underhand casting (roll casting) everywhere from medium to extreme long distance. With a 46 foot head length, plus a 7ft back step, a unique compound rear taper, this line is the ideal choice for the experienced caster who wants the ability to reach out to the far bank without having to get their feet wet. Just like with most of LOOP's other fly lines, the two-tone color lets anglers easily identify where the head ends and when it's time to stop false casting and shoot some line!