Airflo Skagit F.I.S.T.



Airflo's Skagit F.I.S.T. lines feature three sinking densities in one Skagit head.  The three densities allow the Skagit F.I.S.T. to deliver your sink tip deeper and fish them slower through the pool.  In addition, the Skagit F.I.S.T. provides excellent sensitivity for strike detection and casts into the wind like a champ.  Just add your favorite sink tips to the end of the F.I.S.T. head like with any Skagit head and get ready to fish deeper and crawl the depths slower than ever before.

Here is what Airflo has to say about the Airflo Skagit F.I.S.T. lines:

Chrome chasers rejoice! The new Airflo Skagit F.I.S.T is here and ready to swing for the fences. The innovative head design was created to help people fish lower and slower.

Our field test team says that the new Skagit F.I.S.T (Floating, Intermediate, Sink-Three) “really digs” and has gotten people into fish they could not catch with other lines. This new line fishes deeper and slower that other lines because of its triple-density construction. The head’s rear floats high for improved drift tracking, transitioning to an intermediate-density middle section and a Sink-3 tip.

This unique construction allows the head to “tip down” in the water column and give the angler a direct line of connection from the fly to the tip of the rod. Loop on any level sink tip and you’re ready for the pickiest fish in the river.

  • Skagit Triple Density
  • Power Core
  • ST6/7 – ST10/11
  • Ultra-Supple Polyfuse XT
Head wt
Rod wt* Head Front Taper Belly Rear Taper Loop Color
6/7 20.5 6 13 1.5 Tan
7/8 21.5 6 14 1.5 Yellow
7/8 21.5 6 14 1.5 Pink
8/9 22.5 6.5 14.5 1.5 Orange
8/9 22.5 6.5 14.5 1.5 Light Green
8/9 23.5 6.5 15.5 1.5 Dark Green
9/10 23.5 7 15 1.5 Dark Blue
10/11 23.5 7 15 1.5 Purple

*Rod Weight designations provided by Airflo and should be used as a general guide and will vary based on different manufacturer’s rods, as well as each angler's casting style.