Did a quick search and didn't come up with much...maybe it's my inability, anyway... I currently fish a floating line, to be honest, I don't even remember what kind of line it is, but it's a solid thick light green fwd section and yellow for the rest of it. Seems like an Outbound type of line or maybe it's the 40+ or some other distance casting line. I don't like fishing it but being that it's my only line I ended up making a heavy sink tip for it and it jacks up my casting in all kinds of manner, and since it seems to me that I do most of my catching when the sink tip is attached (although annoying to use) I thought I'd look into a possible option of a line designed to sink...no more make shift hack job sink tip of my own. I like to throw chunky flies from time to time but it suck to do with the homemade sink tip. So to my question: What do you mainly use (float, hover, intermediate, sink rate?) for the beach and what's your reasoning behind it? I have two spools for my reel, so I can keep the floating distance line on one and put some form of sink tip line on the other. My beach rod is a Scott E2 6wt and I like it.