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Spey Casters Get A Sophisticated Line With RIO’s New InTouch Long Head Spey

IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (March 1, 2015) – RIO Products, industry-leading manufacturer of fly lines, leaders, tippet, and accessories brings the InTouch Long Head Spey line to market.

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So You Want to Start Kayak Fishing in the Salt – by Scott Jontes

So you’ve decided to take the plunge into saltwater fly fishing. Now what? How do you get started? What gear will you need? How should you set up your kayak? While all these questions may seem overwhelming at first, getting … Continue reading

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Spey Casting From A Boat – by Pete Humphreys

Michigan is blessed with a maze of crystal streams and rivers that etch their way across the state and into the Great Lakes. We have a prolific run of dime bright, feisty steelhead that eagerly snap at our swung flies, … Continue reading

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News Release – ConnectCore Technology is Added to RIO Products Popular OutBound Short Lines

IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (February 2016) – RIO’s ultra-low stretch ConnectCore improves the performance of a fly line by reducing the stretch associated with regular cores, so RIO Products, maker of fly lines, leaders, tippet, and accessories, has added it to … Continue reading

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Winter Steelheading. Skagit or Scandi? – by Jeff Putnam

Winter Steelhead fishing often occurs during rainy months when rivers are flowing at increased levels and usually a bit off color. These conditions call for larger flies and more massive lines such as a Skagit head to deliver them to … Continue reading

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My Favorite Fish – by Peter Morse

Barramundi (aka barra) Lates Calcarifer, commonly known as barramundi, are one of the great sport fish of the world, and are a special target species for fly fishermen. They offer a wide range of challenges often requiring considerable fishing nouse … Continue reading

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