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Windows of Opportunity – by Barry Beck

It’s an unusually warm December day on this small Lake Erie tributary. My friend and guide, Paul Jacobs, cautiously approaches the tail end of a small pool. He stands heron still, watches and waits. Soon his posture changes as he … Continue reading

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RIO in Action – Big Gulf Reds – December 2015

Where: Port Sulphur, LA When: 14th to 18th December, 2015 Who: Marlin Roush (Line Designer), Zack Dalton (Sales Manager), Tim Moon (COO), John Harder (R&D), Travis Campbell (President), Simon Gawesworth (Brand Manager)

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How to Stay Warm on the Water this Winter – by Paula Shearer

The days are getting shorter and the temperature continues to get colder, it is at this time that most fishermen hang up their waders and watch the season change from their windows. This is the season that being house bound … Continue reading

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RIO Products Makes Rigging Terminal Tackle Simple with Its New Tippet Rings

    IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (January 4, 2016) – RIO Products, industry leader in fly line, leader, and tippet manufacturing, brings anglers Tippet Rings to speed and ease terminal tackle rigging.   Tippet Rings are small, very strong and lightweight … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Strike Indicators – by Cathy Beck

I grew up on a family farm in northeastern Pennsylvania. The head waters of a small wild trout stream emerged from a spring in our backyard. My father built a number of ponds in the yard and pasture before allowing … Continue reading

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Look Out Below , Sink Tip Lines – by Brian Horsley

One of the most frequently used saltwater fly lines in the Mid Atlantic region is a full intermediate. Along those lines—no pun intended—the RIO OutBound Short is a popular high-performance intermediate line we use quite often in and around the … Continue reading

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