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Becoming a More Versatile Angler – by Scott Jontes

Some of the great things about fly fishing are the endless number of species you can chase with a fly rod and the destinations this sport takes you, whether it’s somewhere exotic or your own backyard. Many are attracted to … Continue reading

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Anglers Get A Range Of Tippet Sizes with RIO’s new 3-Pack of Powerflex Tippet

IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (May 2, 2016) – Providing great value to guides and anglers, RIO Products, manufacturer of lines, leaders, tippets, and accessories, offers its popular Powerflex Tippet in a convenient 3-pack in a range of sizes. RIO’s Powerflex Tippet … Continue reading

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Do You Dangle? – by Phil Rowley

When targeting trout using chironomid patterns most stillwater fly fishers focus their effort in shallow water less than 15’ deep.  For many, a floating line, leader and a strike indicator is all that is required to be successful fly fishing … Continue reading

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Favorite Fish – by John Barr

Asking me what is my favorite fish is like asking me who is my favorite kid, there is no answer.  I like all species of  fish but this time of year I start thinking warm water and I always look … Continue reading

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Making the Most of It – by April Vokey

My first guiding job was hardly glamorous. A sturgeon and Pacific salmon guide on the Fraser river, I spent my summer mornings motoring through swirling back-eddies, and gaffing floating, rotten salmon. I cringed at the soft, furry flesh that tore … Continue reading

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RIO’s InTouch Salmo/Steelhead Line Meets Anglers Demands

IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (April 2016) – RIO Products, manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, announces the new InTouch Salmo/Steelhead line – designed and built to satisfy the demands of fly fishers targeting these large anadromous species. The line … Continue reading

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