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Item #: 10443
Our Price: $149.95


The Simms Taimen TriComp Long Sleeve Shirt breathes easy, dumps moisture, and dries quickly. Additional features include strategic knit paneling and UPF50 sun-shielding COR3 tech, harmonized with the A/C-like feel of Cool Control fabric throughout the sleeves. Anglers will also appreciate welded and mesh-backed zippered chest pockets that deliver fly-box storage, rugged cording and accessory tabs to secure tools, and the sunglasses cleaning heroics of a fulltime chamois conveniently located inside the shirt’s hem.

The Simms Taimen TriComp Long Sleeve Shirt features the following:

  • Durable nylon fabric is quick-dry and wicking and knit panels feature Simms’ COR3 technology & Cool Control
  • Two laser-cut & welded, zippered chest pockets & two additional mesh backed, fly-box compatible, zippered chest pockets
  • Cording tab & hypalon tab for securing tools
  • Sunglass cleaning chamois at hem & external locker loop
  • “Action Back” patterning allows for easier casting & rowing

About Taimen
The taimen is distributed from the Volga and Pechora River basins east to the Yana River in the north to the Amur River in the south. On a larger scale, this includes parts of the Caspian and Arctic drainages in Eurasia and portions of the Pacific drainage in Mongolia and Russia(the Amur River). In Mongolia, the taimen is found in both the Arctic and Pacific drainages, specifically the Yenisei/Selenga, the Lena, and the Amur River Basins. The taimen lives in flowing water and is only occasionally found in lakes, usually near the mouth of a tributary. The taimen is not anadromous, but does show increased movement rates during the spawning season. The average home range size of taimen in the E.g.-Uur River of Mongolia is 23 km, but some tagged individuals show home ranges up to 93 km. Some authors consider the taimen to be a subspecies of the huchen, i.e. Hucho hucho taimen.


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