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Jim Teeny Tippet Material
Jim Teeny Tippet Material
Jim Teeny Tippet Material
Jim Teeny Tippet Material

Jim Teeny Tippet Material


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€7.90 *
Content: 50 meter (€0.16 * / 1 meter)

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Jim Teeny Tippet Material

Jim Teeny is best known for its extremely popular Teeny sinking lines, and has been for over 50 years. But the accessories of the traditional company, such as the Jim Teeny tippet and leader material, are also convincing with their high quality and almost endless range of applications.

The Jim Teeny tippet material is a monofilament, which shines with its excellent tensile strength and abrasion resistance. It also has good knot strength, so you can always rely on the tippet. The clear material has another advantage, it is almost invisible in or on the water and reflects almost no sunlight. This is a particular advantage when fishing in still water on sunny days or when shy fish are generally expected. All in all, the Jim Teeny Tippet is an ingenious all-round tippetr material that fulfils all the characteristics you would want from a high-quality tippet material.


  • All-round tippet material from Jim Teeny
  • Convinces with good abrasion resistance and tear strength
  • High knot strength
  • Almost invisible in the water
  • Colour: Clear
  • Length: 50 m



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About Teeny:

Jim Teeny founded the Teeny Nymph Company in 1971 with the goal of entering the world of fly fishing and designing a universal but ingenious line series. Over 50 years later and more than 30 IGFA world records, it's safe to say that Jim Teeny has accomplished the goal with flying colors and continues to grow. The Jim Teeny fly lines are simple but more than ingenious lines that are perfectly balanced and can be used for any type of fish. High recognition is given to Jim Teeny sinking lines, which to this day are among the best sinking lines in the world.