Snowbee fly lines?

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  1. generic

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    I was just looking around for different fly lines, and came across this brand - Snowbee.

    Has anyone had one of these before? Just wondering how they compare to the traditional ones we have here in the states.
     
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    I've heard good things on the UK board about them, but never tried them.
     
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    They are very nice lines.
     
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    Eric Denny Summer is over but I'm still fishing!!

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    What so they run??
     
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    37 euro, or $50 US is the one I was looking at.
     
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    I have a few Snowbee lines . I have a 2D spey line , scandi head kit , and 4 and 5 weight single hand floaters . I like them all . A lot . . They are durable . Shoot well . Don`t coil . And float .

    I believe Airflo makes them , but that Snowbee designed them .
     
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    That's interesting. All the research that I've done on them, made me think of the Airflo lines.

    Thanks