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Post 18 May 2020, 21:27 • #1 
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Joined: 02/22/16
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Location: Livingston MT
Due to the current "Virus" condition our fly line manufacturing plant has been shut down since March 15th. We are currently out of stock on DT4, DT5 and WF7 with DT3s running low. We have an adequate inventory on DTs and WFs not listed above.Production was scheduled to begin again on May 18th but I haven't heard any news yet. I just wanted everyone to know the reason we out of stock on some popular lines. We normally have a time of six weeks from ordering to shipment but when production begins again I expect that time to increase to three months.

I would suggest trying one of our dealers listed on the DEALER page for lines out of stock. Please make sure to ask them if they have your line in stock as they won't be able to order any from us.

Thanks for your patience. This is just a temporary blip for us and we have all lines on order to be filled as soon as possible.

We're just trying to get out in front of questions people may have if we have any more "out of stock" fly lines. With all the talk of businesses folding just letting you all know we are alive and well.

Tom & Alexis


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Post 19 May 2020, 08:23 • #2 
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Joined: 05/19/14
Posts: 3365
Location: USA - Illinois
Thanks Tom!


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Post 20 May 2020, 06:51 • #3 
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Joined: 11/30/10
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Location: Michigan
Thanks for the info Tom!


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Post 20 May 2020, 08:08 • #4 
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Joined: 02/12/16
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Location: USA-CO
Thanks, Tom. I'm planning on ordering a DT4 but will just wait. Sorry for the hit to your business.


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Post 20 May 2020, 11:09 • #5 
Guide
Joined: 02/22/16
Posts: 174
Location: Livingston MT
Tomah wrote:
Thanks, Tom. I'm planning on ordering a DT4 but will just wait. Sorry for the hit to your business.


Hey Tomah, thanks for the support. We're doing OK - minor setback on the road of life.

We'll make an announcement when inventory builds back up.

Tom


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Post 23 May 2020, 18:00 • #6 
Sport
Joined: 07/17/05
Posts: 75
Location: Chester County, PA
Yo Tom - thanks for the update. I've put 143 hours on my DT4F 406 line in the last few months. I've been running it on a variety of glass, bamboo and even graphite sticks. Next week it will get wet on the Beaverkill with some longer sticks.

tl
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Post 25 May 2020, 12:11 • #7 
Sport
Joined: 10/14/19
Posts: 30
Location: US-MT
i have three of the 406 lines DT 3 and two DT4s, hope to get a DT 5 someday, great lines.


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Post 23 Jun 2020, 23:04 • #8 
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Joined: 12/05/18
Posts: 112
Location: US-MN
Shane at Graywolf recommended your DT line for his Trout Smith’s 3wt carbon rod. It’s a great pairing. Had I cast Trout Smith’s carbon earlier I’d own less glass! (OK probably not).

Dusty at Livingston recommended your DT line for his 5wt Western Glass. So as I wait for that rod I’ll watch for your line in the mail.

I’ll try a WF line soon


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Post 24 Jun 2020, 15:41 • #9 
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Joined: 02/22/16
Posts: 174
Location: Livingston MT
Thanks for the kind words. At this point we're out of stock in DT3s, DT4s, WF4s, and WF7s. DT5s showed up as one of the last shipments from SA. We're hoping to get the rest within 2 months.

Wanted to say thank you to all the Forum members who have ordered from us and offered words of encouragement to us during these trying times. It is greatly appreciated.

Tom


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