Author Archives: rioproducts

Tarpon You Should Know – by Lacey Kelly

If there is a fish that ruffles my feathers time and time again, it’s Tarpon. I’ve been fortunate enough to know Tarpon in many different area codes in Florida and a few different countries. Whether you’re a beginner or you’re … Continue reading

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An Overview of Fishing near State College, PA – by George Daniels

While I don’t consider myself a “world traveler”, I have spent a good bit of time throughout parts of Europe, New Zealand, Canada, and throughout the lower 48. The more I travel-the more I appreciate my central PA home waters … Continue reading

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Why Fly Fish From a Kayak – by Scott Jontes

As kayak fishing becomes more popular by the year, naturally fly fishing from a kayak is also growing in popularity. When I decided to start kayak fishing I knew I would incorporate my passion for fly fishing to the kayak. Fly … Continue reading

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Half and Half – by Jon Cave

I live in a fly-fishing paradise. East Central Florida has so many truly world-class fresh- and salt-water fisheries within close proximity of one another that I sometimes have a tendency to over-think and vacillate in deciding which one to choose … Continue reading

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How to Fight Wind in the Magic Waters of Patagonia: Equipment Selection – By Martin Aylwin

Chilean Patagonia is truly an amazing fishery. There are more rivers and lakes that you could probably fish in a lifetime. If I can tell you what is the most amazing thing for me about Patagonia is that most of … Continue reading

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The Experience – by Rob Parkins

I caught the Steelhead of my dreams back in March. Not huge by some anglers measures, he was dime bright, around 38” and fat as can be. Zack said he was 18 pounds. Caught within sight of the ocean and … Continue reading

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