Improved "French" Euro Sighter

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Improved "French" Euro Sighter

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New!  Euro Sighter with integrated tippet rings.

My favorite nymphing rigs now incorporate a 6" bi-colored sighters. Two-tone neon coloring and markings provide amazing visual feedback and tactile sensitivity in all fishing conditions. 

I have been using and testing this sighter for several seasons now. I am confident in my updated methods of construction and materials that you will now be receiving the highest quality product possible. I have shortened the length to a mere 6",  an ideal length for almost every fishing situation I have encountered. I now make them more durable with a method of bonding that is both lightweight and flexible. I am very picky about the tippet rings. I have tested many tippet rings available and have now chosen a very select few that I trust will be strong and smooth keeping your finest tippet stong.

I use these for long line french nymphing on larger rivers where distance and accuracy count. Dress the length of the sighter with floatant and they will float well during the upstream portion of the drift. These also work amazingly well with Polish and Czech methods in case you cannot afford a fly line.

I have been using these while guiding new fly anglers and have had many beginners start catching within the first 15 minutes on guided trips. More and more anglers and guides are choosing my sighters for thier tactical angling needs.

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John,

This was caught on first cast, tight lined from a stream on Good Friday. I was standing a step from my truck while my relatives were rigging their rods. They asked about the sighter while they saw me rigging and I said "they work great, I will show you" and what do you know 1st trout of the day. Another plus for me was 1st fish on a new perdigon type pattern I tied the day before. I ended the day landing 38 fish in four hours and made it home in time for supper. 

Thanks Again,

Mark

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