Anglers been curious about the colour spectrum and how we can use it to our advantage in line concealment for years so, after a lengthy process of research and development with one of Europeís premier line manufacturers, Wychwood introduces DPF, a next generation monofilament line that utilises UV light to create a natural camouflage.
Naturally, water appears to have hazy blue colouration due to Ultra-Violet light being prominently present through the water columns so by creating a UV pigmented line it has the ability to adapt to the natural light source present under-water and becomes inconspicuous, blending in perfectly to its natural surroundings.
Essentially, the DPF line series works on the opposite light spectrum principle to the commonly known Ďred line theoryí - Red line was once said to disappear underwater because itís the first colour to disappear on the light spectrum. It turns out thatís not 100% factual; the truth is that the red line theory is a misinterpretation of true facts. Red objects are the first to be absorbed by the light spectrum underwater, but donít disappear - red objects become black and extremely blatant.