Long Liner’s Tee


Long leaders aren’t just for tight line nymphing anymore. And you know it. Streamers, dry-dropper and indy rigs all fish well with the control and contact of long line. It’s the gateway to the future — a future with more trout in your net. Because sometimes fly line sucks.

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This Troutbitten design is printed on a high-end, Gildan 6400 tee. A ribbed knit collar retains its shape, and twill taped shoulder seams stabilize the back of the shirt. This is an excellent quality, super soft cotton tee shirt.

  • Runs true to size
  • 100% ring-spun cotton
  • 4.5 oz/y²
  • Tear away label
  • Pre-shrunk
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
  • Puts more trout in the net
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