Author Archives: rioproducts

Tis’ the season…. by Jason Hartwick

Ti’s the season… and I don’t mean Christmas. Its that time of year fisherman get ready for big trout, salmon, mosquitos, and bears. We’re talking Alaska, Land of the midnight sun. In some places you could fish 24 hours if … Continue reading

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The All Season Angler By Paula Shearer

The all season angler is the fisherman who will push through it all. They are the ones that can be seen braving the coldest of temperatures, the rainiest of days, and sporting the best and worst of tan lines. It … Continue reading

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Nordura River, Iceland, June 2015 by Simon Gawesworth

This was the 3rd day of the 2015 season on the Nordura – one of only two rivers in Iceland to open at the beginning of June. A long, cold spring had ensured unseasonably cold water temperatures, but good water … Continue reading

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Globe-Trotting: Making Fly-Fishing Travel Easier by Brian Horsley

 Fly fisherman seem to enjoy expanding their horizons by targeting a variety of species—both fresh and saltwater—in different geographic locales. While fly anglers based in the United States have a diverse range of fly-fishing options located within our borders, we … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Success with Stillwater Chironomids by Brian Chan

I’ll be the first to admit I am a certified stillwater chironomid aficionado. I love the challenge of locating the hatch, determining what size and colour pupa the trout are selecting and dialing in the exact depth zone that the … Continue reading

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Skagit Tips by April Vokey

The first Spey line that I ever purchased came packaged in a box as thick as an encyclopedia. Like a book cover designed to culminate my curiosity, the word ‘Spey’ prominently highlighted the box’s crisp edge and sold me on … Continue reading

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