Dialing in the RIO Scandi, by Topher Browne

The RIO Scandi is a new offering from RIO Products for 2014. Though new, the RIO Scandi is really an amalgam of two old friends: the RIO AFS and the RIO Steelhead Scandi. The RIO Scandi adds the new ConnectCore technology, the ultra-slick XS coating, and a bright orange rear loop to help you dial in your overhang with greater ease. Here are some thoughts on using the new line to best advantage.
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RIO Introduces New Trout Lines

RIO Products Introduces A New Family of Trout Fly Lines

Idaho Falls, Idaho (July 1, 2014) – RIO Products, industry-leading manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, is proud to announce the launch of the new InTouch RIO Gold trout line – blending RIO’s best-selling line taper with award-winning technology.
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New RIO Shooting Heads

Idaho Falls, Idaho (June 2, 2014 ) – RIO Products, industry-leading manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, introduces saltwater anglers to a full range of floating, intermediate and sinking shooting heads in its cold, saltwater fly line series.
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No Sardines, No Problem! By Capt Sarah Gardner

RIO Pro Capt. Sarah Gardner has just checked in from her May trip to Baja. Here’s her video recap of the trip.
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Who buys a Nymph Line? by Mark Raisler

Who buys a Nymph Line?

I had wondered when modern fly line design and marketing moved into the modern era how the specialty lines would sell. Would people use them. Would they add performance to whatever discipline or target species the line use intended.

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Common Stillwater Mistakes, by Phil Rowley

Part of the fuel that drives my stillwater passion is the time I spend guiding or with students through my seminars or on the water schools. From this time and experience on the water I have watched both clients and students struggle with a number presentation challenges. Listed below are my top five. If some of these hit close to home don’t feel bad, I have made many or most of these presentation mistakes too.
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