Pike Fly Lines

Welcome to Angling Active's Pike Fly Fishing Lines category, where the link between you and monster pike is forged. Our hand-picked selection of predator fly lines is designed to provide you with the precision, strength, and versatility required for a successful pike fly fishing experience.


Pike Fly Fishing demands finesse and control in your presentation. Our fly lines are meticulously crafted to offer you the ideal balance between sensitivity and power, ensuring you can cast bulky streamers and delicate patterns with ease. These lines are designed to handle the sudden, explosive strikes of these apex predators. Explore our range of versatile fly lines, each optimized for different pike fly fishing scenarios and techniques. Trust Angling Active to provide you with top-quality Pike Fly Fishing Lines, designed to elevate your game and secure your angling triumphs!

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RIO Premier Outbound Short Fly Line - Fishing Lines - Angling Active
from £89.99 RRP £99.99
RIO Elite Predator Fly Line - Angling Active
from £89.99 RRP £99.99
Vision Pikemaniac Fly Line – Angling Active
from £89.99 RRP £99.99
Airflo Sniper 4 Seasons Ridge 2.0 Fly Line - Angling Active
from £99.99
Airflo Superflo Sniper 40+ - Angling Active
from £79.99
RIO InTouch OutBound Short Fly Lines - Fly Fishing
from £79.97 RRP £99.99
Airflo 40+ Forty Plus + Sniper Fly Line - Shooting Head Trout Predator Sea Fishing
from £59.99
Vision Grand Daddy Fly Line - Predator Pike Fishing Lines
from £87.99 RRP £99.99

What line is best for pike fly fishing?

For pike fly fishing, a heavier line in the range of 8-10 weight is typically recommended. Depending on the fishing conditions, you might choose between a floating, intermediate or sinking line. A weight-forward (WF) taper is preferred because it assists in casting larger, wind-resistant flies that are common in pike fishing.


What makes a pike fly line different from a normal fly line?

Pike fly lines are designed to handle the challenges of casting larger, bulkier flies. They often have a more aggressive front taper to transfer energy more efficiently and turn over big flies. Additionally, some pike-specific lines come with a tougher outer coating to withstand heavy casting with large flies and the potential for abrasion in the environments where pike are typically found.


What densities do pike fly lines come in?

Pike fly lines come in various densities to cater to different fishing scenarios:

1. Floating (F): Stays on the water surface, ideal for topwater flies and shallow subsurface presentations.

2. Intermediate (I): Sinks slowly and is great for fishing just below the surface, especially in weedy environments.

3. Sinking (S): Available in various sink rates (measured in inches per second or "ips"). Useful for getting flies deeper quickly, especially in deeper lakes or when fish are holding deep.


Do pike fly lines make it easier to cast bigger flies?

Yes, pike fly lines are specifically designed to make casting bigger flies easier. The weight-forward taper and aggressive front taper in many pike-specific lines facilitate the transfer of energy, helping the angler to turn over and present larger, more wind-resistant flies more effectively. This design ensures that the line, leader and fly straighten out, allowing for more accurate and longer casts.