From Bonefish & Tarpon Trust:
Bonefish and Tarpon Trust is pleased to announce ARCFishing as their newest Corporate Sponsor at the Bronze Partner Level.
ARC Fishing is an emerging fly line, tippet and leader materials
company whose philosophy embodies simplicity without sacrificing
performance. As part of their sponsorship, ARC Fishing has donated
fly lines and materials for use at BTT fundraising events and other
“ARC Fishing is excited to partner with Bonefish and Tarpon Trust on
their continued efforts to conserve and protect habitat and fish
species. BTT is on the leading edge of these types of initiatives and
it is with great pleasure that we are able to support them to ensure
these habitats are protected for future generations of anglers.”
ARC fly line technology features a 6% low-stretch Response Core for
superior line sensitivity and improved hook set and features a hard
cover that will stand up to the harshest tropical conditions. A
grooved line profile reduces
guide friction and hang-up, resulting in
longer more accurate casts. All ARC Saltwater fly lines feature a
durable, 100% polyurethane cover mixed with a super-slick, hydrophobic
PTFE fluoropolymer for extended life and superior line floating.
Saltwater lines are available in an ARC Bonefish/Redfish, ARC Tarpon,
and the ARC99Salt, a multi-purpose saltwater taper.
“We’re thrilled that a new company like ARC Fishing recognizes the
value of BTT’s work for the flats fishery and has such a strong desire
to contribute and help us make a difference”, said BTT Director of
Operations, Dr. Aaron Adams. “Collaborations like these give the flats
fishery a brighter future.”
About ARC Fishing
The Angling Research Company (ARC) is a company dedicated to
innovation and angler-centric technology in pursuit of the highest
performance fly lines, leaders and tippet material for fly fisherman
of all skill levels. They can be reached at [email protected] or on
the web at http://www.arcfishing.com/.
BTT is a fisheries conservation organization dedicated to enhancing
global bonefish, tarpon and permit fisheries and habitats through
stewardship, research, education and advocacy. If you would like to
learn more about Bonefish and Tarpon Trust’s efforts, please contact
Dan Dow at 845.239.6051 or [email protected] or visit our
website at www.btt.org.